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The Home Office has published Guidance on the Coronavirus on 17 February 2020 for those unable to return to China from the UK, due to ..read more

In two recent cases, the Upper Tribunal has considered the relevance and weight to be accorded to having a British citizen child in: (i) ..read more

In certain circumstances, applications can be made for appellants and witnesses in the Immigration Tribunal to be treated as ‘vulnerable ..read more

Unlike most visa routes, partner visas do not have any specific residence requirements or prescribed limits on the number of days of ..read more

In this post, we explain the Second Appeals test and note some recent developments in the area. What is the Second Appeals test? The Second ..read more

The report WITHOUT MY FAMILY: The impact of family separation on child refugees in the UK was published on Monday 13  January 2020. A full ..read more

When it comes to overstaying, prevention is better than cure. Overstaying in the UK is a criminal offence, and without leave in the UK, you ..read more

If you have been granted indefinite leave to remain (ILR) in the past few years, you will probably have been issued with a Biometric ..read more

What is the Shortage Occupation List?  The Shortage Occupation List sets out jobs in short supply in the UK at large, and Scotland ..read more

Over the last few days there has been much uncertainty about the future of the Exceptional Talent category and specifically what the future ..read more

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