Immigration and Divorce
202004.17
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Immigration and Divorce

The immigration consequences of divorce on the status of the migrant partner These uncertain times maybe even more harrowing for a foreign spouse/partner whose visa is about to expire, but whose relationship has broken down, and their British spouse/partner has no intention to support an application for an extension of stay based on the marriage…

Prenuptial Agreements and UK Family law
202004.13
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Prenuptial Agreements and UK Family law

The landscape of family and matrimonial law has changed regarding agreements before and in contemplation of marriage (prenuptial agreements), since the Supreme Court ruling in the case of Radmacher v Radmacher [2010] UKSC 42. Such agreements historically have been entered into where there is a financial imbalance between the parties, and one party wishes to…

Our NHS and the need for unskilled migration
202004.10
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Our NHS and the need for unskilled migration

Protecting our NHS means amongst other ways, standing back for a moment and taking a cold hard look at the government’s immigration policy and the new points-based system due to become law as from 1st January next. Anyone who has an ounce of humanity and compassion can not but help be moved by the thousands…

UKVCAS Suspends All Appointments for 6 Weeks
202004.03
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UKVCAS Suspends All Appointments for 6 Weeks

The UK Visa and Citizenship Application Service (UKVCAS) has now suspended services due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic where it has announced that it plans to resume activities after six weeks.  If you have an immigration application pending for leave to remain, indefinite leave to remain or British citizenship, unfortunately, you will not be…