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A recent enquiry from a British Sponsor wanting to understand what steps the Home Office is obligated to take once she reported her marriage breaking down. Will her estranged husband be served with removal orders and still have the right to child contact?
The Immigration Health Surcharge was introduced by the Cameron–Clegg coalition in 2015. It was under the Immigration (Health Charge) Order 2015. This was made under
Health Tourism – Should Foreign Patients pay towards NHS – Vanessa Feltz’s talk show “Doctors have voted to scrap a law requiring foreign patients to
I was asked very recently by a migrant on a Tier 2 General – further leave to remain; “would a settlement application be refused? On
UK Sponsor spouses who are permanent members of the UK Diplomatic Service while on a “tour of duty overseas”, with their dependant foreign UK spouse
Immigration Status UK is an online service website launched by UK immigration law regulated consultants, based in Chatham, Kent, within the Medway Towns. The company
13 December 2012 A number of changes to the Immigration Rules come into effect on the 13 December 2012. These changes will affect non-European Economic
02 November 2012 The Border Agency has recently reported that a West End restaurant is facing a fine of up to £80,000 after 8 staff members were
The decision as to whether a person qualifies for Citizenship is that of the Border Agency. The decision will be made by the UK Border Agency as
The Border Agency will from 1 October 2012 not approve applications for further leave to remain if a migrant has overstayed his or her leave.
On 16 July 2012, the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 did change. The amended regulations will set out the rights of EEA nationals and
In July 2011 the Home Office confirmed details of new arrangements for the ‘educational oversight’ of private colleges which sponsor international students. These arrangements are