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Update on British Citizenship for Children of EEA Nationals

By Jasmine Theilgaard, Richmond Chambers,
In our previous article, we discussed the complexities arising from the case of R (on the application of Roehrig) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2023] EWHC 31 (Admin) for children of EEA nationals and their potential claims to British citizenship. This case raised the…

What is changing for International Students in July 2023

By Helena Sheizon, Kadmos Consultants,
From 17 July 2023, international students can only switch into a sponsored work route (the Skilled Worker or Scale-up Worker) after they have completed their course of studies. PhD students can switch into the sponsored work route 24 months after the start date of the course. The…

UK Supreme Court limits application of the public sector equality duty overseas

By Ben Amunwa, Law mostly,
The UK Supreme Court unanimously decided that the public sector equality duty in the Equality Act 2010 does not apply directly to persons outside of the UK. However, the equalities objectives may remain indirectly relevant to decision-makers. Does the public sector equality duty in…

Use It Or Lose It – Underused UK Visa Routes

By Katerina Woodcock, Latitude Law,
The Skilled Worker route is becoming a popular choice for migrant workers in post-Brexit UK now that European citizens are subject to immigration control and require sponsorship unless they are able to apply under other categories such as the EU Settlement Scheme. Sponsorship of migrant…

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