The Home Office has announced a new policy of reviewing whether all refugees require protection at the end of a five year initial period of leave. The policy is effective from 9 March 2017. The updated policy states that all those who apply for settlement protection after completing the appropriate probationary period of limited leave…

The new Immigration Bill was announced in the Queen’s speech on 27 May 2015 and implements a number of policies in the Conservative Party Manifesto and further proposals in the Prime Minister’s key immigration speech immediately after the general election. The Immigration Minister James Brokenshire said ” The message is clear -if you are here…

A school-leaver Beaulah Tigere  who was denied a student loan  succeeded in overturning a blanket ban – related to immigration status – on funding for higher education in July 2015. The Department has issued the following statment The Department is giving full consideration to the Supreme Court’s ruling of 29 July 2015 (on the application…

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…

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