Evidencing the financial requirement – August 2017 Those following immigration law this year, may be aware of a landmark case, one that had the potential to change the lives of many by challenging the strict rules on finances for UK spouse and family member applications. The controversial rule – that partners in the UK meet … Continue reading Amendments to the UK Spouse Visa August 2017
Summary – Do Europeans need to leave the UK? The result of ‘Brexit’ is that the UK will now make plans to leave the EU. A lot of our laws and regulations are heavily mixed into and the process of separation is unlikely to be an easy one. That said, a lot of campaigning around ‘Brexit’ had … Continue reading HOW BREXIT AFFECTS EUROPEAN NATIONALS LIVING IN THE UK?
In today’s blog post we will examine the potential impact of a UK exit on the UK economy. As the nation moves closer and closer to the EU referendum on the 23rd of June many are still unsure how they will vote. The question, “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union … Continue reading Brexit heats up
In today’s blog post we will be discussing the news that UK Border Agency Staff have been hacking into refugee’s, including asylum seekers, rape and torture victim’s, computers and phones. Since 2013 staff at the UK Border Agency have been given the powers to, not only to access computers and mobile phones, but to install listening devices … Continue reading New spying powers
In today’s blog post we will continue with our latest entry into our ongoing serious exploring the latest Home Office immigration statistics. Published quarterly, the Home Office statistics revel key information as to migration into and out of the United Kingdom. The figures are used to assess how current immigration policies are working, where immigrants … Continue reading Home Office stats 2015
In today’s blogpost we will comment on the latest rise in the number of EU nationals working in the United Kingdom. For the first time the number of EU workers in the UK has risen past the 2 million mark partially due to its enviable low unemployment rate. Over the past year employment of UK … Continue reading Latest figures show rise
EU exit could cut immigration by 100,000 A recent report by Migration Watch UK has suggested that Britain could cut immigration by 100,000 should it leave the EU through the restricting of EU nationals working rights in the UK. However, head of Britain Stronger in Europe accused the report by the anti-Europe watchdog as “disingenuous”. … Continue reading EU exit prompts new visa suggestions
Today (Tuesday 19th of January) the Migration Advisory Committee published its recommendations to restrict worker visa paths into the United Kingdom with the overall goal of reducing non-EU migration into the UK. Within the current Tier 2 route the committee recommended that the Government introduce higher salary thresholds as well as prioritise higher value and … Continue reading Salary increase suggestions