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HSMP Forum judicial review: arrangements resulting from the judgment of 6 April 2009

20 May 2009

The UK Border Agency has put arrangements in place for migrants covered by the judgment of 6 April 2009 in the judicial review brought by the HSMP Forum Ltd.

The judgment relates to the 'continuous residence' requirement for migrants who want to settle (or be given 'indefinite leave to remain') in the United Kingdom. It covers migrants who were sent a Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) approval letter on the basis of applications made before 3 April 2006, and who obtained entry clearance or permission to stay in the United Kingdom (also called 'leave to remain') on the basis of that letter.

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