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McGill & Co is a Scottish immigration law firm specialising in UK immigration, nationality and refugee law.

10 February 2020 James Ritchie Personal Immigration
If you are a South African national intending to come to the UK as the spouse or partner of a British citizen, or someone settled in the UK, you may need to apply for a visa to do so. In this blog we will discuss the stage after submitting a spouse visa application and outline the process which must be completed using the Home Office commercial partner active in South Africa, TLS Contact.

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.   

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.  

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.  

07 November 2019 Amna Ashraf Personal Immigration
The last in the Appendix FM series, this webinar goes through the application process for those applying as a partner, spouse or fiancé in 10 easy to follow steps. As practices can sometimes vary from country to country, we will now be starting a series of blogs to cover application procedures for a number of popular countries.

21 October 2019 Amna Ashraf Personal Immigration
 The third in the series, this webinar addresses the relationship and housing requirements for spousal, partner or fiancé visas. We delve into evidence that is compulsory and that which is recommended for either or all of the visa types. Watch this webinar for some useful tips and advice to help present your case in the best possible frame. Click here to watch all other webinars in the series.  

12 September 2019 Amna Ashraf Personal Immigration
In this webinar, we cover specifically the financial requirement which is the most predominant of all five requirements. Introduced in 2012, it requires the UK sponsor to be earning at least £18,600 to sponsor their partner with a further £3,800 for the first non-British child and £2,400 for each additional non-British children. We touch upon the variety of different income streams that are allowed and cover the evidence requirement for the most common income streams: employment income and savings. We also outline the possibility of sponsoring your partner if you are on certain benefits.

09 August 2019 Amna Ashraf Personal Immigration
We are commencing a series of webinars addressing the common issues arising in applications for family migration to the UK. We will be providing guidance on the legalities and processes involved in bringing a loved one to the UK. Our first video serves as an introduction to the topic.    

22 May 2019 James Ritchie Personal Immigration
If you are British or settled in the UK, and are recently engaged to a non-EEA partner, you may be planning for them to join you under the fiancé category of the Immigration Rules. This blog will not cover the full spectrum of rules related to fiancé visas, but briefly answer the most common questions on the visa category.  

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