Immigration Law

Immigration Law Blogs & Immigration Legal Advice: Immigration legal blogs, published by immigration lawyers, attorneys and law firms with specialism in immigration law in the UK, United States and beyond.

Green Card Application Process

by JasonAdams December 1, 2012 Immigration Law

If you are a non-US citizen, but you intend to work and live permanently in the United States, you need to get a green card. Family-based green cards and employment green cards are the most common types that people get to permanently live in the US. There are several other ways for you to be […]

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High-net worth migration: UK Tier 1 (Investor) Visa or Australian Investor Visa?

by GuestBlogger November 6, 2012 Immigration Law

Post by Richmond Chambers. If you are a high-net-worth individual and you are considering relocating overseas, then both the United Kingdom and Australia offer attractive investor visa programmes that may allow you to enter, remain and achieve permanent resident status on the basis of a substantial financial investment.  There are, however, key differences between the […]

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Immigration changes may be chocking off inward investment

by Legal Author September 11, 2012 Immigration Law

Post by Sejal Karavdra Head of Immigration DBS law Excessive and onerous changes made to UK Immigration laws are damaging economic growth according to an influential trade body. UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), the body that tries to woo businesses to the UK, has found that these changes may be preventing foreign companies from investing […]

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Dual Citizenship: The Facts

by Gherson Solicitors August 11, 2012 Immigration Law

Dual citizenship occurs when a person holds two or more nationalities and it can be legally complex. A factual situation resulting in dual citizenship involves the coming together of public international law and at least two sets of nationality laws. In some States citizenship is acquired automatically via marriage. The dual nationality of some of […]

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Changes to Entry Clearance applications for students

by Gherson Solicitors July 20, 2012 Immigration Law

On 9th July 2012 a Statement of Changes was announced by the Home Secretary in the Immigration Rules. This will affect students applying for Tier 4 (General) Student Entry Clearance in the Tier 4 category. The changes will come in effect from 30 July 2012. The first change is that the Entry Clearance Officer must […]

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Who Is Affected By UK Immigration Law?

by Legal Author July 2, 2012 Immigration Law

Below is an immigration law blog post regarding UK immigration law. Further contributions on this complex subject welcome. The immigration laws in the UK affect a broad range of people and is extremely important both in the political landscape and the social landscape of the country. There are always fights between political parties about whether […]

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An Introduction to British Immigration Law

by Legal Author June 26, 2012 Immigration Law

Great Britain has set procedures in place that enable people from all over the world to visit and work in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and enjoy everything that the country to offer. But there are limits to the amount of people that can enter, and depending on where you’re from, it can be […]

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How to Apply for British Citizenship

by Gherson Solicitors May 4, 2012 Immigration Law

British citizenship and nationality is defined by law and anyone wishing to claim British nationality must comply with the definitions and requirements of the British Nationality Act 1981 and all related legislation. British nationality law is among the most complicated in the world and it is therefore important to be properly informed and find out […]

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Travel to the U.S. Under the Visa Waiver Program – 4 Common Pitfalls

by brad.menzer April 14, 2012 Immigration Law

Citizens of the U.K. and 35 other nations who meet certain conditions can travel to the United States under the U.S. Visa Waiver Program, allowing them to skip the expensive and time-consuming process of applying for a visa at a U.S. embassy or consulate.  The Visa Waiver Program enables eligible persons to go to the […]

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5 Reasons to Guest Blawg

by Legal Author September 13, 2011 Accident Claims

A key component of blogging, guest blogging is, as the term suggests, where a blogger writes as a guest on another blogger’s blog. While this may be obvious, it may not be apparent to some why guest blogging can be useful. Here are 5 reasons why you may wish to increase your own or your […]

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