Immigration law UK

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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Asylum support – and the impact on children

by GuestBlogger December 11, 2012 Immigration Law

A Parliamentary inquiry is looking at whether the existing asylum support system meets the needs of children and young people. The inquiry was launched in October, after concerns were raised that the protection offered by the system had fallen below the intended levels. The asylum support system Section 55 of the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration […]

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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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