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15 January 2020 Amna Ashraf Blog
Locked between the snow peaks of the Himalayas and the seething Ganges plain, Nepal is home to a wealth of natural wonders, most notably, Mount Everest, the tallest peak in the world. But as the saying goes, home is where the heart is. So if you are a resident of Nepal but looking to settle in the UK because this is where your partner resides, then read our helpful guide below.

09 January 2020 Iain Halliday Specialist Advice & Litigation
There is a 3 month time limit for lodging a petition for judicial review against a Home Office decision which does not attract a statutory right of appeal. When does this 3 month period start: on the date decision was made; or on the date the decision was received?  

18 December 2019 Amna Ashraf Personal Immigration
Are you a non-European citizen in a relationship with a British citizen and thinking of moving out of picturesque Czech Republic (also known as Czechia in short-form) to the UK? You look online and see a wealth of information, take a few days to try and digest it all, but several pages of printouts and scribbles later, you have a number of questions and a very confused overview. Our guide to your UK spouse visa application below sets out the procedure involved in order to make navigation easier for you.   

16 December 2019 Jack Freeland Blog
There is often confusion surrounding the circumstances in which you can remain in the UK to apply to switch on to a spouse visa, and the circumstances in which you are required to leave to UK to apply from abroad. This post will consider the relevant spouse visa rules and procedures for those currently in the UK; explaining when you can apply from inside the UK, and when you have to leave to apply from abroad.

13 December 2019 Iain Halliday Brexit & EU Migration
  The Conservative party have won the election with a large majority and will now have the opportunity to implement their Brexit plan and manifesto pledges. The UK will most likely leave the EU, with a Withdrawal Agreement, on 31 January 2020. Free movement of EU citizens will continue under that Agreement until 31 December 2020.  

11 December 2019 Amna Ashraf Personal Immigration
 Bringing a loved one to live with you in the UK has always been a topic subject to much confusion and scrutiny. Our latest series of webinars took the viewers through the evidence required and in the fourth one, the 10 steps involved in involved in making an application for your partner, spouse or fiancé. The series is available to watch here.  

09 December 2019 Iain Halliday Brexit & EU Migration
  With Christmas, and Brexit, fast approaching, it is a good time to consider how Brexit could affect Santa’s annual task of delivering presents to the children of the UK.

04 December 2019 Amna Ashraf Personal Immigration
The fourth webinar in our Appendix FM series covers the steps involved in making an application for your fiancé, spouse or partner. This is being premiered through our facebook page at 12pm on Friday 6 December 2019.

04 December 2019 James Ritchie Personal Immigration
  If you are in the UK as a dependant on a spouse or partner visa and your marriage or relationship breaks down, your immigration status will be affected. Dealing with a relationship breakup can be stressful enough, but add in an immigration dimension and it can quickly become overwhelming. We’ve put together this blog to try and answer some of the most common questions that we get asked about this.  

19 November 2019 James Ritchie Refugees
Those granted refugee or humanitarian protection status in the UK may be eligible to reunite with their husbands or wives here in the UK through a process known as ‘family reunion’. This blog deals with the basics of how to prepare an application and the lesser known costs associated with applying. These costs may differ wildly depending on which country you are applying from. As such, this guide follows a broad application process and, where specifics are necessary, uses Gambia as an example.  


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