UK Visas and Immigration

New Immigration Rules 2020

During our lockdown time with Covid 19, the home Office have been busy amending the Rules! New Immigration Rules were announced on the 14 May 2020 which are due to

Pre – Settled and Settled status

Pre – Settled and Settled status

Pre – Settled and Settled status – EU Nationals and their Families living in the UK – EU Settlement Scheme This is the EU Settlement Scheme for EU Nationals and

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Erasmus: Changes for Students Home and Abroad?

With Brexit drawing ever-nearer, there are still plenty of uncertainties involved for all, British, European, and Worldwide. Especially important for students, and indeed of great personal concern to the author,

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The EU Settlement Scheme

As many of you are aware the EU Settlement Scheme was fully operational from the 30 March 2019. This first weekend had over 50,000 Eu nationals and their family members

New Immigration Rules

New Immigration Rules

New immigration rules were announced on the 7 March 2019. Almost 300 pages of changes were introduced. Some of these changes, new Immigration rules will come into effect on the

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Immigration Appeal Fees Rise 500%

Immigration appeal fees have today risen to over 500% in the UK. That is the 10th October 2016. The increase has taken effect across immigration appeal tribunals in England and Wales. This

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Immigration and Economy: Brexit’s Broken Promises

Immigration and Economy: Brexit’s Broken Promises. The UK government set itself up for a remarkable fall under the ill-advised leadership of marketing man David Cameron. Reform Rally—Britt Selvitelle (Flickr.com) The UK government

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UK Immigration Appeals Change

The year 2014 has seen a lot of UK immigration appeal changes. We at 4A LAW  headquarters were wondering when the dust was going to settle. The answer might be only in

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Climate Change Clock – Tick – Tock

 Climate Change talks at the UN have this week seen Leonardo DiCaprio the A-list Hollywood actor and environmental activist address UN on climate change. Actor Leonardo Dicaprio says, referring to

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Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela for Truth, Justice and Peace The death of a great man, Nelson Mandela is sadly felt by all. These days most people know of Nelson Mandela as being

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London 2012 UK Immigration Visa Games

2012 should have been a fantastic year for London given that the London UK  held the Olympic games. Though one had to be careful of the ban on using the word ‘Olympics’ when

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UK Visa Decisions Inconsistent

UK Visa Decisions Inconsistent: A report by John Vine CBE QPM an Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration has been published following the inspection of African UK Visa Centres.

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Legal Directors and Duties Corporate Law Explained

Directors Legal Duties Corporate Law BasicsFor information and business law advice on the legal aspects of duties that directors owe to their companies, you have come to the right place. It is essential for those operating and managing corporations to understand their obligations because their impact on corporate dealings could be severe in the event of a failure to comply with legal obligations. These duties are relevant to anybody who is either an owner or manager of a company be it a small to medium enterprise or indeed the larger corporations.

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UK Immigration Forms Change

As part of the art of getting UK immigration visa applications right, 4A LAW LAWYERS advise that you have the correct UK visa form, before making an application. All too

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UK Student Visa Changes Tier 4

Due to the changes in the UK visa and UK student visa rules particularly changes in the tier 4 rules students who want to know how to obtain a UK student visa and migrate

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Illegal Immigrants NOT Finger printed

Illegal Immigrants NOT Finger printed 8 January 2012. It has been claimed in an article in the Daily Telegraph that UKBA staff have been told to stop fingerprinting illegal immigrants

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Unnecessary Immigration Appeals to End

UKBA (United kingdom Border Agency) has announced that unnecessary immigration appeals are due to end for the points based system as of the 23rd May 2011. This rules change emphasises