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.

Best Immigration Lawyers UK + Brexit Immigration Legal Advice (London, Birmingham & Beyond)

by YouBlawg August 20, 2017 Immigration Law

Needing a top immigration lawyer to help with your immigration law issues? Where you’re an entrepreneur or investor (Tier 1), or looking for a visa to stay with your partner or family or need business immigration legal advice, an immigration lawyer can help you. The following are some of the best firms of immigration solicitors […]

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Top 7 Reasons Your US Visa May Get Denied

by burkejaskot February 5, 2016 Immigration Law

Visas are an important way to enter the United States and to stay in the country for an extended period of time.  If you live in a country other than the US, you will need a visa to work in the country, receive medical care, or stay for an extended time with relatives.  Unfortunately, there […]

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Will the roll out of BRP make the employment of those with visas easier for UK Businesses?

by Rebecca Bridges April 8, 2015 Immigration Law

BRPs (Biometric Resident Permits) used to be known as Identity Cards for Foreign Nationals (ICFNs). They are the shape and size of a credit card and show a migrants photograph on the front, together with information about how long their extension is for.  They also show whether they are allowed to do any work, and […]

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Difference between change of status and consular processing

by Peter Park October 15, 2014 Immigration Law

Most people without much knowledge in how the US immigration system works tend to think in terms of legal vs. illegal.  When people say legal or illegal status, what is being talked about is the legality of one’s status in the United States.  While that may be the only way of thinking for US residents, […]

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Recent Immigration Rule Changes and Updates in the UK

by Wright Hassall May 1, 2014 Immigration Law

A number of changes were recently made to the Immigration Rules in the UK.  All changes mentioned below are effective from 06 April 2014 unless otherwise stated. Changes relating to Tier 2 of the Points-Based System A change is being made to allow Tier 2 (Intra-Company Transfer) and Tier 2 (General) applicants to be granted […]

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Hague Convention Adoptions

by Joseph Law Firm January 21, 2014 Immigration Law

Citizenship & Immigration Services Issues Policy Memorandum for Determining Habitual Residence in United States for Hague Convention Adoptions By Melanie Corrin, Senior Attorney On December 23, 2013 the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a Policy Memorandum, effective immediately, which serves to clarify the criteria adjudicating officers must follow in determining whether or […]

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U.S Permanent Residence Card Information

by Dee Bronwinn December 12, 2013 Immigration Law

A United States Permanent Residence Card, also known as a Green Card, signifies permanent legal residence in the country. There are several paths to obtaining a Green Card, and knowing how to proceed is important to making the process successful. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), part of the Department of Homeland Security, has […]

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How to Find the Right Immigration Attorney for Your Case

by billnixon October 31, 2013 Immigration Law

Finding an immigration attorney is an important step to gaining citizenship. If you choose the wrong attorney, you may not be able to enjoy a stress free process. In fact, the wrong attorney can delay your citizenship by a huge period of time and might end up causing you to waste your hard earned money. […]

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What the Temporary Work Visa (Subclass 457) Changes Are All About

by Michael Ma September 18, 2013 Immigration Law

(Aus Immigration  Law) Australia is a great country to work in, as it provides a lot of opportunities for overseas workers to be a part of the country’s workforce. There are many types of Australian visas that you can apply for so you can work in the country, there’s the Working Holiday Visa, the Student […]

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Airports: What are my Rights?

by sbanerjee September 5, 2013 Immigration Law

With recent events in the UK concerning the detainment of the partner of a journalist covering the Edward Snowden affair, rights at airports have become more prevalent in popular discourse. David Miranda, who lives in Brazil, was detained in London’s Heathrow airport for almost nine hours as was reported by the Guardian this week. He […]

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