Process

  • EU deportation law: explainer

    Whilst the UK remains a member of the EU, overarching principles of European law apply to deportation from the UK of European citizens.

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  • Home Office visits to Tier 2 sponsors

    The UK work permit system requires employers to obtain a Tier 2 license before they can employ foreign non-European staff who do not otherwise have an entitlement to work.

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  • Visiting the UK from the Arab World (3)

    This is the third post in our series aimed at Arabic speakers who are visiting the UK.

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  • Visiting the UK from the Arab World (2)

    We continue our series on visiting the UK from the Arab world aimed at Arabic speakers.

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  • Where are the unreported Upper Tribunal determinations?

    All Upper Tribunal determinations used to be readily available on the tribunals website. This included both 'reported' decisions - notable for their interpretation of a legal point, or providing guidance on the situation in a particular country - and unreported decisions.

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  • Stateless by choice?

    Under the British Nationality Act 1981, a child who is born in the UK and is (and always has been) stateless is entitled to register as a British citizen. See Schedule 2, Paragraph 3:

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  • Guidance issued on renewal applications to the UT

    The case of KM (Bangladesh) v SSHD [2017] EWCA Civ 437 (21 June 2017) raises an interesting, if niche, procedural point.

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  • Visiting the UK from the Arab World (1)

    Over the next month or so we are going to take a look at the rules for those visiting the UK from the perspective of the Arab world.

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  • Visiting the UK from the Arab World (4)

    This is the final post in our series on visits to the UK from the Arab world.

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  • Tier 2 update: criminal record check requirement

    On 6 April 2017 a new requirement to obtain a criminal record certificate will come into force for Tier 2 applicants (and their adult dependents) in the fields of education, health and social care.

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  • Brexit: what impact on those currently exercising free movement rights?

    The House of Commons Library published a report last week on the vexed question of the fate of EEA (“European”) nationals currently resident in the UK.

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