Here is a wonderful resource from our colleague – Primerose Makununzva is an Immigration Law Consultant expert based in the UK and is from Zimbabwe. If you have been detained Need any immigration advice You are worried about the new immigration rules Need help with Sponsorship Need Tier 2 and Tier 4 advice Applying for university if your […]
“Gangs of criminals are putting people on a boat, sometimes even at gunpoint,” Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said. “They’re putting them on the road to death, really, and nothing else.” Dying at sea, being locked up in immigration detention or being separated from your family – these are just some of risks migrants take […]
Here is an email enquiry that we received today and it’s typical of many failed applications: “I’m hoping you can shed some light on a question i have regarding my Visa appeal. My fiance and I submitted my Fiance visa application July 7th 2014. We received an email asking for more information on sept 1st. […]
Weekly UK Immigration News Round up 5 December 2010 by www.immigrationmatters.co.uk
EEA nationals for the most part enjoy far more favourable conditions for partners, children and other relatives which in many cases would not be allowed in to Britain under UK immigration law. But the article fails to mention that migrants are already exercising rights to stay (or bring in extended family) in the UK under EEA law.
The UK Border Agency has published a new version of Form AN this month, which is used to apply for naturalisation as a British citizen.