What is the Good Character Requirement?

What is the Good Character Requirement? The good character requirement transcends the length and breadth of UK immigration and nationality law and can make the difference between the grant or refusal of indefinite leave to remain, extension applications, switching status applications, permanent residence or British nationality applications. Fulfilling this requirement...

Changes to Immigration Rules

Changes to Immigration Rules Introduction In preparation for the UK leaving the EU single market at the end of the transitional period in the Withdrawal agreement on 31 December 2020, whether with a deal or not, a raft of changes to immigration rules are to come into force mostly on...

Applying for a Visa for a Child

Applying for a Visa for a Child As one of Londons top immigration law firms, dealing with family-related immigration matters is one of our strongest areas, and this includes applying for a visa for a child or children for them to enter, visit or live in the UK.   Immigration...

Switching from Tier 4 to Tier 2

The process surrounding switching from Tier 4 to Tier 2 is about to change and as of 1st January 2021, with the introduction of the new points-based immigration system in the UK, the process will be somewhat easier for students in the UK to stay in the country after their...

Fadi Farhat – Recommended Lawyer from Global Law Experts

Fadi Farhat - Recommended Lawyer from Global Law Experts Today, we are very proud to announce that our Senior Legal Officer, Fadi Farhat has been recognised exclusively as a recommended lawyer for UK immigration law by the board of the Global Law Experts (GLE) and listed in their directory as the UK's...

Was there an Armenian Genocide?

Was there an Armenian Genocide? As a top tier legal 500 leading human rights law firm in the UK, our work towards the recognition by the UK government of the Armenian Genocide must once again be highlighted due to the tensions taking place right now in the Caucasus region. The current war between...