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Settled and Pre Settled Status in UK

16 Mar 2019

Changes to the UK immigration rules will require EU citizens and their family members to secure their long-term status in … Read more

EU Settlement Scheme update

10 Mar 2019

This is the latest information on the EU Settlement Scheme for EU citizens living in the UK. Three weeks until go live … Read more

SYLVIE BEGHAL -v- UK – EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS JUDGEMENT

6 Mar 2019

STOP UNDER SCHEDULE 7 TERRORISM ACT 2000 FOUND TO BE IN BREACH OF ARTICLE 8 ECHR AND NOT IN ACCORDANCE … Read more

Smirking at soft justice Britain: Thug, 18, poses for a selfie outside court after dodging prison for a SECOND knife offence amid mounting concerns over soft justice

6 Mar 2019

A suspected drug dealer with a history of carrying a blade dodged jail yesterday. Kyle Davis, 18, was given a … Read more

UK firm asks Government to apologise over detention of man at Dublin Airport

10 Feb 2019

The legal team of a man from an Arab country, who was detained while transiting through Dublin Airport in June, … Read more

Walsall Council wins Muslim graves High Court battle

22 Jan 2019

A Muslim man who said his human rights were breached by a council’s refusal to permit a marble edge around … Read more

UK firm asks Government to apologise over detention of man at Dublin Airport

14 Jan 2019

The legal team of a man from an Arab country, who was detained while transiting through Dublin Airport in June, … Read more

New start-up visa route announced by the Home Secretary

14 Jun 2018

People who want to start a business in the UK will be able to apply for a new “start-up” visa, … Read more

Highly Skilled Migrants wrongly face deportation

17 May 2018

Article by Ramzan Sharif of Fountain Solicitors At least 1,000 highly skilled migrants seeking indefinite leave to remain (ILR) in … Read more

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has resigned

29 Apr 2018

Ms Rudd, who was due to make a statement in Parliament on Monday, was under growing pressure to resign over … Read more