Applications for Further Leave to Remain and Children: Information about the newest changes

Roshni LEGAL ASSISTANT Applications for Further Leave to Remain and Children: Information about the newest changes Further Leave to Remain refers to an application made by an individual who is already in the United Kingdom and wishes to extend their stay beyond the duration of their existing visa. Between September 2021 and 2022, the UK… Continue reading Applications for Further Leave to Remain and Children: Information about the newest changes

Spouse Visa Applications in the UK in 2023

Augustina TRAINEE IMMIGRATION ADVISER Spouse Visa Applications in the UK in 2023 One of the most frequently asked questions in immigration is people asking how to bring their family members to the UK. There are different immigration routes available to bring family members to the UK depending on your immigration status, relationship with the family… Continue reading Spouse Visa Applications in the UK in 2023

King in Charge: How the Coronation Could Boost UK’s Immigration

Gilbert TRAINEE IMMIGRATION ADVISER King in Charge: How the Coronation Could Boost UK’s Immigration The coronation of King Charles III represents more than just a change in the UK’s head of state; it is a symbol of a new beginning for the UK, with the potential to redefine the nation’s image on the global stage.… Continue reading King in Charge: How the Coronation Could Boost UK’s Immigration

The Road to Naturalisation: Part 5 of 5

Augustina LEGAL ASSISTANT Introduction: The language requirement as a part of naturalisation English language skills are one unmissable requirement for most immigration routes. Expecting those who are naturalising speak English (or Welsh or Scots Gaelic) is a long-standing provision that illustrates an idea of a British way of life. The British Nationality Act 1981 formalised the… Continue reading The Road to Naturalisation: Part 5 of 5