UK Immigration Law


New immigration route provides greater opportunity for talented international graduates to live and work in the UK upon graduating from a UK university.

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“Scale-up” visa This will be for migrants “with a high skilled job offer from a qualifying “scale-up” at the required salary level”.

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“High Potential” visa - No job offer required “High potential individuals” will be able to come to the UK to work without a job offer. This is a new announcement by the UK government. This is part of the UK Innovation Strategy published on 22 July 2021.

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Get a faster decision on your settlement application. You can apply for a faster decision on certain visa applications or applications to settle in the UK. These tables list the eligible applications and whether you can pay to get a faster decision: - within 5 working days or by the end of the next working day

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Get a faster decision on your visa application. You can apply for a faster decision on certain visa applications or applications to settle in the UK. These tables list the eligible applications and whether you can pay to get a faster decision: - within 5 working days or by the end of the next working day

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All visas short of indefinite leave to remain are temporary in nature and require the person to leave the UK upon expiry, so there is nothing especially precarious about a visit visa;

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Upper Tribunal Decisions, are mainly unreported. Here you can find summary of the latest Upper Tribunal Immigration Appeal Chambers Decisions.

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Whilst an application for an EEA family permit was successful following an allowed appeal, the EEA family permit route ended on 30 June 2021. Any EEA family permit, regardless of the date it was issued, is not valid for travel to the UK after 30 June 2021.

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The Supreme Court unanimously dismisses the appeal and confirmed that the Upper Tribunal correctly approached the balancing exercise required by Article 8. It was entitled to conclude that the interference with the appellant’s private and family life was outweighed by the public interest in the prevention of crime.

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