The Prime Minister yesterday announced a major shake-up of the UK immigration rules, in order to attract “the very best minds from around the world.”
Head of Immigration Ivon Sampson clarifies the Home Office’s position on permitted absences when applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain.
I was asked yesterday by a prospective client on whether her business-related activities abroad would count towards her absences from the UK or whether they are excluded. Continue reading →
Over-stayers and illegal migrants facing removal from the United Kingdom have been given a reprieve in a landmark ruling by the High Court in R (Medical Justice) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  CO/543/2019, Walker J, 14 March 2019. The Court has ordered a suspension of the current Home Office removal policy. Continue reading →
Last week Mr Justice Green, a senior High Court judge, handed down a judgement in which he condemned immigration law firms who resort to litigation as a strategy to thwart removal proceedings for immigrants illegally in the UK, regardless of any merit to their case. Mr Justice Green said that: Continue reading →