In the summer of 2020, the Home Secretary Priti Patel announced that the UK was ready to "welcome the best and brightest global talent", in pursuance of the government's new "fairer, firmer, and skills-led" immigration system . How successful do you need to be in order to…
Government’s ambitious ‘innovation strategy’ outlines plans for new visa routes to make the UK the easiest country in the world for top talent to enter27 July 2021: Plans include High Potential Individual route, a scale-up route and a revitalised Innovator route
Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration and HMI Prisons publish full inspection report on the use of former army barracks as contingency asylum accommodation26 July 2021: Inspectors found impoverished and run-down conditions at Penally Camp in Pembrokeshire and Napier Barracks in Kent
UNHCR says it is saddened to see the Nationality and Borders Bill pass its second reading stage in Parliament21 July 2021: Criminalising asylum seekers is unacceptable, the UN Refugee Agency said in a statement today
New House of Commons Library briefing on the Nationality and Borders Bill as it continues its progress through Parliament20 July 2021: MPs debate controversial immigration bill that had its second reading in Parliament yesterday
Home Office barriers stand in the way of a fairer immigration system seeking the ‘best and brightest’ global talent
R (Mungur) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 1076 (15 July 2021) On the important subject of indefinite leave to remain (ILR) on the grounds of 10 years' continuous residence, the Court of Appeal has held that the SSHD had erred in refusing an ILR…
Immigration is currently dominated by the effects of the ever-growing number of individuals being displaced from their home countries across the world. For countries such as the UK, we have a responsibility to aid these people and offer support for the simple reason that we have…
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SI 2021 No. 743. This instrument seeks to prevent certain children born after 30th June 2021 from failing to acquire British citizenship as a result of their parents not having settled status at the time of their birth. Coming into force 1st July 2021.
Immigration (Restrictions on Employment and Residential Accommodation) (Prescribed Requirements and Codes of Practice) and Licensing Act 2003 (Personal and Premises Licences) (Forms) Order 2021
SI 2021 No. 689. This Order makes a number of changes to the documents which can be produced in order to evidence an individual's right to work in the United Kingdom or enter into a tenancy agreement in England. Coming into force 1st July 2021.
SI 2021 No. 488. The Regulations confer a power on the Secretary of State to designate persons who are, or have been, involved in serious corruption. Designated persons may be excluded from the United Kingdom and may be made subject to financial sanctions, including having their funds or…
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