Please note that with effect from 27 June 2015, a fee has been introduced for considering applications for further leave from people who were previously granted leave following the refusal of their asylum application. Prior to this date such applicants were exempt from paying this fee. Applications made on or after the 27 June 2015…

When schools break up for the holidays, it can be a difficult time for parents – particularly those who are bringing up children alone. Complicated childcare arrangements, travelling abroad are issues faced by all parents, but for lone parents they are often magnified. Disagreements about where the children will spend time can flare up, and…

The Home Office has announced the changes to the rules for Tier 2 migrants who are intending to settle in the UK from April 2016. The changes will affect all applications made by Tier 2 Migrants applying for indefinite leave to remain. The people who will be affected are for migrants in the following categories…

In March 2015 the Home Office started the new appeal rights. One the major changes that were brought into effect by the Immigration Act 2014 is the way that Immigration Appeals are dealt with by the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal. The Immigration Act 2014 reduces the grounds on which a challenge can be brought. Prior…

The effects of the Immigration Act of 2014 are starting to take effect. I will try to write about the effects of this Act in a simple way to demystify some of the myths that are going around the migrant communities and to clarify some of the reforms. The Immigration Bill was made into an…

David Cameron has made another announcement that sounds great and promises to reduce net migration to the tens of thousands. It sounds good and is great political rhetoric but will it really have an impact on net migration figures . In the line of our work we come across many “Illegal Immigrants”. The new rules…

Permission to appeal to the Supreme Court has been granted by Lady Hale, Lord Sumption and Lord Carnworth in the landmark case of MM (Lebanon) &Ors vs Secretary of State for the Home Department. The case concerns the Home Secretary’s controversial rules on family migration requiring that British Citizens or partners lawfully settled in the…

The fee is £150 per year as a student and £200 per year for all other visa and immigration applications. Please hyperlink this Link https://www.gov.uk/healthcare-immigration-application/overview.

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