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Immigration Law (30 August – 13 September)

Immigration News UK work visas for foreign graduates to be extended to two years The Guardian – 10 September The government has reversed Theresa May’s graduate student policy and will be offering... Read more
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Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: August Teaser

Welcome to the latest Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing which covers the period up to 20 August 2019. This edition covers three significant pieces of secondary legislation covering,... Read more
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Immigration Law (2 August – 16 August)

Immigration News Immigration centre abuse inquiry must be held in public, court says The Guardian – 8 August A hearing has been ordered for an inquiry into claims of systemic abuse at Brook House... Read more
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Immigration Law (19 July – 2 August)

Immigration News Leave to remain – but no home to remain in after fees treble The Guardian – 31 July The cost of renewing an application for a resident with limited leave to remain has increased... Read more
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Immigration Law (5 July – 19 July)

Immigration News UKVI visa application fees – not always what you would expect Kingsley Napley – 18 July How much do sponsors have to pay for a Tier 2 visa? Kingsley Napley discuss the visa... Read more
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Immigration Law (31 May – 14 June)

Immigration News More than half of immigration appeals now successful, figures show The Independent – 13 June According to recent government figures, 52% of Home Office immigration decisions are... Read more
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Immigration Law (15 April – 29 April)

Immigration News May Facing Immigration Bill Revolt To Prevent Cap On Foreign Student Numbers Huffington Post – 26 April A number of Tory MPs have joined up with Labour to protest against Theresa... Read more
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Immigration Law (1 April – 15 April)

Immigration News Home Office apologises for sharing EU citizens' email addresses The Guardian – 11 April The Home Office has apologised for a data breach, after it accidently shared the details of... Read more
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Immigration Law (18 March – 1 April)

Immigration News Foreign Office admits it doesn't know fate of DRC returnees The Guardian – 29 March Human rights organisation, Justice First, has obtained internal emails from the Home Office... Read more
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