From January 2024, not all postgraduate students will be eligible to bring family members to the UK.
If you are a non-visa national, you might not have thought of getting permission to enter the UK in advance when entering as a visitor. This will change soon.
The route for Zambrano carers under the EU Settlement Scheme will close on 8 August 2023.
On 17 July 2023, the government published a Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules, implementing restrictions on Students’ ability to switch to work routes that went into effect on the same date.
On 29 June 2023, the Immigration Rules were updated and it is now confirmed that citizens of New Zealand who hold a Youth Mobility Scheme (YMS) visa can extend their visa for one year by submitting an online form.
The Treasury has announced that they plan to increase application fees for work and visit visas by 15% and increase the cost of other visas, settlement and citizenship applications by at least 20%. The increase in fees is designed to cover pay rises in the public sector.
If you are in the UK and do not feel safe in your country of nationality, you may be eligible to claim international protection. Holding more than one nationality will always be a complicating factor in a UK asylum claim.
The Court of Appeal has, by a majority, found that the £140m Rwanda plan is unlawful as Rwanda is not a sufficiently safe country. Shortcomings in the asylum system in Rwanda mean that removing asylum seekers there would be in breach of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights – the prohibition on torture and inhuman or degrading treatment.
If you are currently sponsored in the Skilled Worker visa route, your visa is dependent on your continuing employment with the same role and employer. When this employment ends, it can be a stressful and uncertain experience. This article explains what happens next.
Where one partner relies on the other’s immigration status to remain in the UK, relationship breakdown can lead to complex immigration issues.
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