Can you be stripped of British Citizenship?
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Can you be stripped of British Citizenship?

The question “Can you be stripped of British Citizenship?” is one we answer frequently. Immigration concerns can also affect British citizens and not just those who have acquired it after having emigrated to the UK.  Under Section 40(2) of the British Nationality Act,1981 the SSHD ( Secretary of State for the Home Department) can deprive a…

How Long Is A Schengen Visa Valid For?
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How Long Is A Schengen Visa Valid For?

The UK officially left the EU at 11 pm on 31st December 2020. That date marked the end of the trade and customs union as well as the free movement of people between the UK and EU nations.  Very little has changed in terms of politics. However, UK citizens looking to travel to EU countries…

How Much Access Is A Father Entitled To?
202103.16
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How Much Access Is A Father Entitled To?

Although the title of this article refers to child custody and access, these terms have been used to make child arrangement issues more understandable for the reader, but these terms were in fact replaced by the resident and contact. Custody and access both referred to children in a separation or divorce, and both were often confused. Custody…

Can I deport my husband from the UK?
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Can I deport my husband from the UK?

The information in this article entitled “Can I deport my husband from the UK?” applies to both husbands and wives of British Nationals or settled persons in the UK.  This article is not written for the seasoned immigration lawyer, but the client or prospective client requiring immigration advice due to the breakdown in their marriage…

Revoking a Spouse Visa in the UK
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Revoking a Spouse Visa in the UK

Revoking a Spouse Visa in the UK The reality is that revoking a spouse visa in the UK is not a process that a UK citizen or settled spouse/partner can carry out themselves because a UK spouse visa was issued in-country by the Home Office or by the entry clearance officer abroad based on that…

UK Immigration Update – January 28th, 2021
202101.28
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UK Immigration Update – January 28th, 2021

The UK immigration world is constantly changing with new rules regularly coming into effect from the UK Home Office. It is therefore essential to stay up to date with the latest UK immigration news and announcements. Our legal team is always well-versed in the latest changes and can advise you with the most recent and…

Bringing your Child to the UK
202101.21
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Bringing your Child to the UK

A child for immigration purposes is a person under the age of 18, who is unmarried and is not living an independent lifestyle and is dependent on their parents who have the finance and accommodation to maintain their child, and this article is also written for those single parents living in the UK lawfully as…

Inheritance and Divorce
202101.13
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Inheritance and Divorce

Inheritance and Divorce UK – How does it work? In general, assets acquired by you and your partner during the marriage or civil partnership, are added together, and the idea is to divide them equally when the relationship breaks down, and you end your marriage / or civil partnership by way of divorcing yourselves from…