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Western politics and migration - Trump vs brexit vs French elections

Added By: Amar Ali 20 July, 2017

How is the politics in the West affecting migration today? Is the general will of the public changing. See Trump vs brexit vs French elections

UK technical skills shortage

Added By: Amar Ali 19 July, 2017

The government is keenly aware of skills gaps in the sector, and has been given many reports that show that the gaps exists and is increasing.

Skills shortage urges Migration watch to propose Brickie visa

Added By: Amar Ali 18 July, 2017

Migration watch has offered the idea of a so called "Brickie visa" to EU builders in an effort to reduce the effects of Brexit on the building sector.

Theresa May under pressure over migration targets

Added By: Amar Ali 17 July, 2017

The Prime minister Theresa May is under pressure to remove the targets on immigration that have been a key part of recent Tory manifesto's yet consistently missed.

Huge drop in nurse numbers - Brexit and its effects

Added By: Amar Ali 14 July, 2017

Grenfell tower survivors in immigration amnesty. It is believed that efforts aren't being helped by a large number residents been illegal immigrants...

Grenfell tower survivors in immigration amnesty

Added By: Amar Ali 13 July, 2017

Grenfell tower survivors in immigration amnesty. It is believed that efforts aren't being helped by a large number residents been illegal immigrants...

What does the reduction of the conservative majority mean for migration

Added By: Amar Ali 12 July, 2017

Hung Parliarment - What does the reduction of the conservative majority mean for migration? Find out more from our top immigration advisers.

Brexit and the future of immigration

Added By: Amar Ali 11 July, 2017

Brexit and the future of UK immigration. Find out about the impact of brexit on migration, economy and free movement.

An Overview of Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) route

Added By: Amar Ali 05 July, 2017

An Overview of the Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa Immigration route by our UK immigration lawyers. Contact us for advice on your Tier 1 Entrepreneur application

What are the requirements once you have obtained the Tier 1 Investor visa?

Added By: Amar Ali 27 June, 2017

Questions on how to switch into Tier 2 from Tier 4. What you can and cannot do on a Tier 2 general visa. Contact our lawyers for assistance if unsure.

Tier 2 General Extension Frequently asked Questions

Added By: Amar Ali 22 June, 2017

Questions on how to switch into Tier 2 from Tier 4. What you can and cannot do on a Tier 2 general visa. Contact our lawyers for assistance if unsure.

English language and Maintenance Requirements for a Tier 2 Visa application

Added By: Amar Ali 21 June, 2017

English language and Maintenance Requirements for a Tier 2 Visa application. 10 point to be claimed for english and 10 point to be claimed for maintenance.

What is the Difference between Restricted and Unrestricted CoS

Added By: Amar Ali 20 June, 2017

Immigration Jargon - What is the Difference between Restricted and Unrestricted CoS?

What sponsorship licence do i need to apply for?

Added By: Amar Ali 19 June, 2017

What type of sponsorship licence do I Need? - Tier 2 and Tier 5 Sponsor Licence legal experts. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Interpreting Home Office’ Immigration Audit results

Added By: Amar Ali 16 June, 2017

Interpreting Home Office’ Immigration Audit results. Have you recently gone through an audit or you are preparing a mock audit? Contact our lawyers today

Preparing for a Home Office Compliance visit? Find out top tips

Added By: Amar Ali 15 June, 2017

Preparing for a Home Office Compliance visit? Top tips by leading business immigration lawyers in London. Contact us for free advice.

Understanding Sponsor Licence Compliance – The basics

Added By: Amar Ali 14 June, 2017

Sponsor licence application for dummies. All you need to know

Persons to fulfil immigration related roles for Sponsor Licence applications

Added By: Amar Ali 13 June, 2017

Persons to fulfil immigration related roles. Are you looking to apply for a UK Sponsor Licence? Find out about what key personnel you need.

The snap election – It is happening today - 2017 General Elections

Added By: Amar Ali 08 June, 2017

The snap election – It is happening today - 2017 General Elections. Our immigration lawyers and solicitors wish you all the best as you go out to vote today

Entrepreneur visa extension - A way ahead to initial visa

Added By: Amar Ali 06 June, 2017

Entrepreneur visa is business visa designed by the UK government for promoting business and allowing the Entrepreneur from across the globe to carry on their business in the UK

UK Visa applications for Dependants - How to bring a Dependant to join you in the UK

Added By: Amar Ali 05 June, 2017

There are two types of dependant visas available - Adult Relative Dependant visa and Child dependant visa

Applying for ILR under the 10 Year Long Residence

Added By: Amar Ali 02 June, 2017

This category applies if you have lived in the UK legally for a continuous 10 years. If you have, the long residence category will allow you to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain.

What is the best visa route for me to enter the UK

Added By: Amar Ali 01 June, 2017

Entry into the United Kingdom is a lot easier than it seems. Your entry will depend solely on the reason for which you seek entry as there are various visa category that suites various visa needs.

More Companies face Home Office Tier 2 Sponsorship Licence and Tier 2 visa inspections

Added By: Amar Ali 26 May, 2017

Following government’s pledge to reduce net migration figures to tens of thousands, the Home Office have stepped up inspections of premises of Tier 2 Sponsors

Each Party's Manifesto for Brexit

Added By: Amar Ali 25 May, 2017

With the third national elections in two years less than 2 weeks away, the British electorate, already fatigued by the unstopping rounds of politics, must remain stayed on the crux of the matter, Brexit.

Pledge to cut immigration to tens of thousands would make the economy £115bn worse off

Added By: Amar Ali 24 May, 2017

Tories stick to pledge to drop immigration to tens of thousands. Research say this would make the economy £115bn worse off...

5 steps on how to complete a compliant right to work check

Added By: Amar Ali 23 May, 2017

5 steps on how to complete a right to work check. All you need to know about carrying out right to work checks from expert immigration lawyers.

What are each party's plans for International students?

Added By: Amar Ali 22 May, 2017

UK Elections - What are each party plans for International students? Issues here include fate of post-study work, net migration figures amongst many others

At least 200,000 migrants are needed to keep the UK economy running Post Brexit

Added By: Amar Ali 19 May, 2017

At least 200,000 migrants needed to keep the UK economy running Post Brexit. Yet the government refuse to be face the reality of immigration numbers.

What to do if you have been fined by the Home Office for Immigration Compliance reasons

Added By: Amar Ali 18 May, 2017

Your defence may be built on Lack or insufficient proof pof offence, completed due diligence, statutory Mitigating factors, the Home Office exceeding its statutory powers...

What Seed Funding Competitions can I partake in for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa?

Added By: Amar Ali 17 May, 2017

Here is a list of Seed Funding Competitions you can partake in for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa. Call us if you need help with your Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa..

How to deal with Tier 2 Migrants working at third party premises

Added By: Amar Ali 16 May, 2017

If you are a sponsoring employer whose Tier 2 employee work at a third party premises, the following steps may be necessary: -

Effectively Mitigating Tier 2 Immigration Risks - Sponsor Licence Compliance

Added By: Amar Ali 11 May, 2017

For most employers, recruiting global talents is to key to retaining that competitive edge in their respective industries. However, they face increasing immigration risks when recruiting migrants from outside the UK.

Spouse visa minimum income requirement to be scrapped – Labour

Added By: Amar Ali 10 May, 2017

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to scrap the controversial minimum income requirements a British citizen must earn in order to be able to bring their overseas spouses to join them in the UK.

Complete Guide to the Genuine Entrepreneur Test – Part 3

Added By: Amar Ali 09 May, 2017

Generally, the Home Office does not interview every single Tier 1 entrepreneur application. However the Home Office...

Reasons why Sponsor Licence applications are rejected

Added By: Amar Ali 08 May, 2017

It is not out of place to expect that if you are planning to set up a business in another country you should not only research about the country, but also find out who your potential competitors will be.

Complete Guide to the Genuine Entrepreneur Test – Part 2

Added By: Amar Ali 05 May, 2017

It is not out of place to expect that if you are planning to set up a business in another country you should not only research about the country, but also find out who your potential competitors will be.

Complete Guide to the Genuine Entrepreneur Test – Part 1

Added By: Amar Ali 04 May, 2017

According to the official statement by the UKBA, the Genuine Entrepreneur test was introduced to protect the Tier 1 Entrepreneur immigration category from abuse.

Let NHS be exempt from Immigration Skills charge – Unions

Added By: Amar Ali 03 May, 2017

The unions are wary of the current staffing problems faced by the NHS, fearing that the problem of staffing may escalate if the cost of hiring overseas skilled workers are increased; especially at a time when the NHS is facing funding cuts from the government.

HR Compliance for Tier 2 Visas

Added By: Amar Ali 02 May, 2017

Once your sponsorship application is successful, you must then appoint Key Personnel to manage. Key personnel relates to person within the organisation that will be fulfilling immigration related roles.

Best answers for Tier 1 Entrepreneur Interview Questions Part 3

Added By: Amar Ali 28 April, 2017

Having assisted with so many Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa applications as well as preparing our clients for interviews with the Home Office, our business immigration and Tier 1 experts are well placed to answer your questions and prepare you for a successful interview.

Will Employers Be Forced To Control the UK’s Borders?

Added By: Amar Ali 28 April, 2017

Employers are busy enough running a business, managing employees and keeping up with industry and regulatory changes. And now it looks like they may be asked to become de-facto immigration officers.

Best answers for Tier 1 Entrepreneur Interview Questions - Part 2

Added By: Amar Ali 27 April, 2017

Questions here relate to the education and professional background of the applicant. Primarily trying to establish a link between the entrepreneur’s background and the business he is looking establish in the UK.

Tier 1 Entrepreneur Sample Interview Questions

Added By: Amar Ali 20 April, 2017

An interview may be necessary where the Home Office needs to clarify certain parts of the business idea or process; or to verify certain uncertainties or assumptions that may have risen whilst deciding your application.

How UK Employers Can Recruit From Overseas

Added By: Amar Ali 19 April, 2017

* Shortage Occupation List * Resident Market Labour Test * Offer an appropriate salary * Issuing a Certificate of Sponsorship

What impact does Immigration have on the UK’s labour market?

Added By: Amar Ali 13 April, 2017

Impact of immigration on the UK Labour market. Immigration account for over 1.5 million of the workforce in the UK. A key component of Brexit negotiation.

EU Nationals Migration into the UK could last until 2022

Added By: Amar Ali 11 April, 2017

EU nationals could be permitted to exercise their full rights to live and work in the UK up to 2022. Members of EU parliament (MEPs) suggested a 3-year...

Tier 2 and 5 Sponsor Licence Compliance Requirements

Added By: Amar Ali 10 April, 2017

It is imperative that licence holders understand sponsor duties and responsibilities because if compliance is not met, the Home Office can suspend or even revoke your Sponsor Licence.

A Bad Brexit deal could set off Europe wide Recession

Added By: Amar Ali 04 April, 2017

A recent report from renowned analysts at ING made a strong claim that a bad deal for the UK may set off a continent wide recession in Europe.

Home Office Rejects over 28% Permanent Residency Applications - Report

Added By: Amar Ali 04 April, 2017

According to a recent analysis of government’s migration data, over a quarter EU nationals have had their permanent residence application rejected since the referendum vote.

Work Visa for Skilled Employees

Added By: Amar Ali 04 April, 2017

The first thing you need to do before applying is to make sure that you are offered a job by an organisation with a valid Tier 2 Sponsorship Licence.

UK Triggers Article 50

Added By: Amar Ali 04 April, 2017

Yesterday marked one of the most momentous days in British history. Britain’s most senior EU diplomat, Sir Tim Barrow hand delivered Theresa May’s letter to President Donald Tusk, officially informing him of the UK’s decision to leave the bloc.

An Employers Guide To Obtaining A UK Sponsor Licence

Added By: Amar Ali 02 April, 2017

To hire workers from non-EEA countries on a Tier 2 or 5 visa, you will need a valid UK Sponsor Licence.

Marriage of Convinience

Added By: Amar Ali 01 April, 2017

In the eyes of the law, two people become one and have certain rights associated with the title of married.

Permanent Residency for EEA Citizens

Added By: Amar Ali 23 March, 2017

The Home Secretary has also repeatedly pledged that the government will end freedom of movement. Therefore, there is a possibility that EU citizens may need to apply for visas to live and work in the UK post-Brexit.

A Guide For Foreign Entrepreneurs On Starting A Business In The UK

Added By: Amar Ali 21 March, 2017

One of the first decisions you will need to make is what is the best structure for your business. Most people on a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa choose to set up as a sole-trader, traditional partnership, limited liability partnership or as a limited liability company.

Tips for a successful Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa Application

Added By: Amar Ali 20 March, 2017

A key aspect of the Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa application is the Genuine Entrepreneur Test.

Comprehensive Sickness Insurance as a condition for Permanent Residence

Added By: Amar Ali 15 March, 2017

One of the technicalities considered in the application process is that EU students are supposed to Comprehensive Sickness Insurance (CSI).

EU Citizens and Comprehensive Sickness Insurance

Added By: Amar Ali 13 March, 2017

The number of EU nationals applying for an EU Permanent Residence Card (PR Cards) has surged 36% since the referendum, from 10,269 in the three months prior to the EU referendum to 16,009 in the three months that followed. And according to a recent report by the Liberal Democrats, in the last two-quarters of 2016, more than 12,800 EU citizens had their permanent residency requests refused with a further 5,500 declared invalid; a rejection rate of around 28%.

One Day Without Us

Added By: Amar Ali 21 February, 2017

Imagine if Britain suddenly lost 10% of its doctors and 4% of its nurses. Or 98% of its seasonal agricultural workers and a majority of those who run the hospitality sector.

Landlords' immigration checks fuelling discrimination - New report claims

Added By: Amar Ali 17 February, 2017

The law requiring Landlords in England to carry out 'right to rent' checks on their Tenants came into force on the 1st of February 2016

Europe Assailed by Risk after Brexit and Trump

Added By: Amar Ali 15 February, 2017

The Euro zone is not insulated from the global economic risks that are now shaking up the world, in fact, it is directly affected by it.

Don't Lose Your Top Talent

Added By: Amar Ali 14 February, 2017

Although Britain excels at starting companies, it seems we are not so skilled at scaling them up. Fewer than 4% of startups have ten or more employees after ten years of trading.

Top 5 Tier 2 Visa application tips

Added By: Amar Ali 13 February, 2017

Tier 2 visa application top 5 tips. RLMT, SOC codes and salary requirements. Contact us for your sponsor licence application and Tier 2 visa applications.

The Importance of Getting A Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa Application Correct

Added By: Amar Ali 08 February, 2017

an ever increasing gulf exists between the Government's openness rhetoric and the immigration process in the light of the reality experienced by overseas entrepreneurs trying to enter the UK.

The Tier 2 sponsor licence process explained step by step

Added By: Amar Ali 06 February, 2017

If you are an employer, you may need to apply for a licence if you want to offer a job to a person who does not have a British or European passport.

The Government Brexit White Paper - Key Points

Added By: Amar Ali 02 February, 2017

Last week the British Government released a White Paper outlining in the vaguest detail its plan for exiting the EU and forming a new relationship with Europe.

Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Visa - Top Three Tips For Successfully Pitching Your Business

Added By: Amar Ali 01 February, 2017

In recent years, the UK government has imposed severe restrictions on non-EEA graduates attending UK universities from staying in Britain to work following completion of their course.

Tier 2 changes for April 2017

Added By: Amar Ali 24 January, 2017

From April 2017 the immigration skills charge will apply to all Tier 2 migrants applying to remain or enter the UK

Supreme Court Brexit Decision - A Win For Us All

Added By: Amar Ali 24 January, 2017

Today 11 learned judges in the country's highest court upheld the Court of Appeals decision that Government must have permission from Parliament before Article 50 can be triggered.

What do I need to be aware of before applying for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa?

Added By: Amar Ali 24 January, 2017

The route requires investment into your target business over a period of 3 years. You will be expected to have GBP50,000 or GBP200,000 for investment into either an existing business or start up.

How Tech Start-ups Can Recruit The Overseas Talent They Need To Grow

Added By: Amar Ali 24 January, 2017

One of the greatest challenges UK tech start-ups face when looking to scale-up is getting the right talent to help them achieve their commercial ambitions.

Theresa May Outlines Her Plans For Brexit

Added By: Amar Ali 17 January, 2017

Theresa May has explicitly rejected membership of the single market in what has been the most important speech of her premiership thus far...

No more rights of Appeal for Extended family members of EEA nationals. Sala (EFMs: Right of Appeal) [2016] UKUT 00411 (IAC)

Added By: Amar Ali 10 Oct, 2016

The Upper Tribunal have now ruled that because extended family members of a qualified EEA national are not automatically entitled to a residence card, there is accordingly, no right of appeal against a decision from the Home Office to refuse to issue the residence card.

New UK Immigration Rules from November 2016

Added By: Amar Ali 06 Dec, 2016

The first of these changes impacts upon Tier 2 General cases, which covers skilled workers from outside the European Economic Area (EEA). The main change was a rising of the minimum salary threshold for experienced workers to £25,000. There are some exemptions to this change, and it will not be applied to individuals who were sponsored before 24th November and wish to extend their stay.

UK Status of Irish Citizens

Added By: Amar Ali 06 Dec, 2016

On 3rd November 2016, for example, the Home Office published a Statement of Changes, listing alterations to the UK immigration rules which came into effect on the 24th of the month.

New Immigration Rules from November 2016

Added By: Amar Ali 27 Sept, 2016

If you are an emigrant to the United Kingdom who is in a relationship where you suffer various forms of abuse, the Home Office through its immigration system can help protect you as a married or unmarried partner, especially if you have children.


Domestic Violence and United Kingdom Immigration Laws

Added By: Amar Ali 27 Sept, 2016

If you are an emigrant to the United Kingdom who is in a relationship where you suffer various forms of abuse, the Home Office through its immigration system can help protect you as a married or unmarried partner, especially if you have children.


The Effect of BREXIT on Eastern Europe

Added By: Amar Ali 27 Sept, 2016

The Eastern part of Europe holds the large majority of individuals that have made the United Kingdom their place of residence...


The £35,000 Threshold Effect (for Tier 2 Visa Applications)

Added By: Amar Ali 27 Sept, 2016

The change in Immigration Rules concerning the Tier 2 visa route was proposed by the then Home Secretary, Theresa May.


Five Myth About How EU Law affects the UK

Added By: Amar Ali 12 Sept, 2016

Several myths have flooded the public on how EU law affects the UK. Some of these myths were brandished as part of the the Leave camp in the Brexit campaign...


Trade and Investments after Brexit: An immigration perspective

Added By: Amar Ali 01 Sept, 2016

The much anticipated changes to the Tier 2 visa is now in full swing. But just in case you have not caught up on all


Working status and permanent residence

Added By: Amar Ali 01 Sept, 2016

A stay home parent who is also an EU national does not qualify for permanent residence. Permanent residence status can be obtained by an individual if he or she is the partner or spouse of an EU national and is also employed and working and under this criteria the individual can also apply for British citizenship.


Brexit: Further blow to the Tier 1 Investor visa

Added By: Amar Ali 29 Aug, 2016

The popularity of the entry route to the UK Economy has been considerably wanned because after an overhaul of the eligible requirements needed for the UK Investor visa in November 2014, the funds needed were also increased from £1 million to £2 million.


Brexit: An eastern perspective

Added By: Amar Ali 27 Aug, 2016

The much anticipated changes to the Tier 2 visa is now in full swing. But just in case you have not caught up on all


The implications of Brexit for UK Businesses

Added By: Amar Ali 26 May, 2016

It is not right to think that all seems well in the business world because the rebound of FTSE-100 has occurred. The growing belief that Article 50 (the mechanism to trigger the UK leaving the EU) will not be triggered for many months by the Prime Minister is part of the reason for the recovery.


Brexit: What about Free movement?

Added By: Amar Ali 26 May, 2016

The French Finance Minister, Michael Sapin suggested that as soon as UK starts its negotiations to withdraw from the EU, the freedom of movement talks will be ‘on the table’.


Trapped - In or Out?

Added By: Amar Ali 26 May, 2016

Prominent among the groups beset with uncertainties include not only the European nationals currently living in the UK, but also British Expats living outside the UK...


More on Brexit: Can Article 50 be halted in its Tracks?

Added By: Amar Ali 26 May, 2016

Today in the High Court it was stated that the first challenge aimed at preventing the Prime Minister from triggering Article 50 was heard. The case was brought by a British citizen, Deir Dos Santos, who has been the subject...


What happens after Brexit – and what is Article 50?

Added By: Amar Ali 25 May, 2016

… Today, the UK voted to leave the EU in an unprecedented historic event. Culminating not just from four months of vibrant politicking but from...


What happens after Brexit – and what is Article 50?

Added By: Amar Ali 25 May, 2016

… Today, the UK voted to leave the EU in an unprecedented historic event. Culminating not just from four months of vibrant politicking but from...


Long Immigration detention periods violate ECHR Article 5 – JN v United Kingdom

Added By: Amar Ali 23 May, 2016

Immigration Detention Immigration detention refers to the practice of holding individuals suspected of violating their visa conditions, or who have remained in the country unlawfully,...





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