Gilbert TRAINEE IMMIGRATION ADVISER What Next for Ukrainians in the UK? Intro In my previous post on the statement of changes to the UK’s immigration rules, I mentioned that the deadline for new applications to the Ukrainian Extension Scheme had been extended. While welcome news for many people using the scheme, it highlights an issue… Continue reading What Next for Ukrainians in the UK?
Gilbert TRAINEE IMMIGRATION ADVISER Immigration At An All Time High: Analysing the UK’s Net Migration Figures Introduction On 25 May 2023, it was announced that net migration to the UK for 2022 was 606,000 new arrivals. This was a record for the UK, an increase of over 100,000 from the previous year and almost double… Continue reading Immigration At An All Time High: Analysing the UK’s Net Migration Figures
Gilbert TRAINEE IMMIGRATION ADVISER Addressing the UK’s Asylum System: Solutions for a More Efficient and Compassionate Approach Introduction The United Kingdom has a long history of offering refuge to individuals fleeing persecution, conflict, and other political, social and military problems in their home countries. As a signatory to the 1951 Refugee Convention and its 1967… Continue reading Addressing the UK’s Asylum System: Solutions for a More Efficient and Compassionate Approach
Gilbert TRAINEE IMMIGRATION ADVISER Another Rwanda Ruling: Another Analysis When I was about ten years old, my school took time out of the timetable so that everyone could observe a total solar eclipse that was taking place that day. The teachers heavily emphasised that this was a once-in-a-lifetime event and that we would probably never… Continue reading Another Rwanda Ruling: Another Analysis