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The Home Office have announced a new voluntary Temporary Leave to Remain application for EU citizens and close family members, known as Euro TLR (European Temporary Leave to Remain) should we leave the EU without a deal on 31 October 2019.The government have confirmed that...

CHANGES TO TIER 2 Minimum Salary Thresholds Annual updates have been made to the minimum salary thresholds and appropriate salary rates for individual occupations. These updates will be applicable to all Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS) assigned on or after 6 April 2015 and changes to thresholds are...

Legislation came into effect on 6 April means that nationals from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) coming to the UK for longer than six months will be required to pay a health surcharge when they make their immigration application. It will also be paid by...

From 1 December important changes are being made to Airside and landside transit From the 1 December, the airside and landside transit visa requirements are changing because UKVI are making the rules for transit without a visa simpler, more consistent and easier for customers and...

I met with Arona who heads the Immigration team. I loved the firms response throughout. Their knowledge, their speed is far better than any other firm that I have used in the past. I found that they care about the work they do and this showed...

Chinese and Indian nationals can visit the UK and Ireland using a single visa when travelling on certain short stay and visitor visas. The scheme will start in China by the end of October 2014 and in India soon afterwards. Under the British-Irish visa scheme, some...

UPDATE Further revisions to Section 3 C Leave – December 2016 The Home Office have replaced the 28 day grace period with a 14 day grace period as set out in paragraph 39E of the Immigration Rules. This sets out instances where an application may be accepted: • within...