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Changes to Immigration Rules

Changes to the Immigration Rules …


A new international enquiry service, provided by Hinduja Global Solutions (HGS) in partnership with UK Visas and Immigration, has been set up to offer help to those applying for a visa to the UK. It will be in place from 1st April and will allow people to find out information about the visa application process. Read more here.

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The Immigration Bill received Royal Assent today (14 May) making way for a series of reforms which will ensure our immigration system is fairer to British citizens and legitimate migrants and tougher on those with no right to be here. Link: Immigration Bill becomes law

Measures introduced today (16 May) will make it simpler to check the immigration status of potential employees and double the maximum penalty for employers who break the law. Link: Tougher penalties to combat illegal working

New figures show net migration falls by a third since 2005 peak


Detention of persons with statutorily extended leave


Changes to immigration rules will clamp down on visa abuse


Statement of changes in Immigration Rules


Threat-level from international terrorism increased


Implementation of the Immigration Act 2014


Immigration Act commencement and statement of changes in Immigration Rules


Are you intending to transit via the UK?


Transit visa requirements are changing


An immigration law update looking at MR (permission to appeal: Tribunal’s approach) Brazil [2015] UKUT 29 (IAC) and applications for permission to appeal.


New case law on Artilce 3 & 8 on Health Claims:GS (India) & Ors v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] EWCA Civ 40


Tier 4 visas: Immigration Rules changes

On 26 February the Home Office announced a Statement of Changes in the Immigration Rules, including a consolidation of the visitor categories. The majority of the rules come into effect on 6 April 2015


All public sector employees who work directly with the public to have fluent English


New action to make Britain a harder place for illegal migrants


Customers going to the UK for longer than 6 months


Scottish Secretary welcomes Aberdeen City's humanitarian response


Measures to introduce mandatory right to work checks on taxi and private hire drivers


Landlords in England get ready for right to rent


New immigration and nationality fees for 2016 to 2017


Employment Law Update

Employment law changes in 2016: eight things employers should know;

1. Gender pay reporting begins,2.National living wages introduced, 3. Statutory parental pay rates and sick pay frozen, 4.Restrictions place on public sector exit payment,5. Trade union law amended, 6. New rules to protect apprenticeship,8. Updated laws on employing foreign workers!!!.


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