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Dependent Family Members

We work to ensure families can stay together. We understand the rules and the processes and we make them easy for you.

Keeping Families Together - we facilitate family reunion through extensive experience and devotion to getting it right

The UK recognises the importance of the family unit and, in particular, the rights of children.

However the immigration rules have become increasingly burdensome and complex over the years resulting in increasing numbers of refusals and frustrations. We have extensive experience with complex family reunion matters, including in the area of indefinite leave to remain and citizenship. In particular we can help with:

Indefinite Leave to Remain for Dependent Family Members

Citizenship

Entry and Residence for Children

Adoption and Surrogacy Arrangements

Fiances and Proposed Civil Partners

Parents, Grandparents and other Dependent Relatives

Victims of Domestic Violence

Family members of Points Based System migrants

Resolving prior refusals

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Fast Track Visa

New Fast Track Visa For Individuals In Stem

The Home Office announced last week that they will launch a new fast-track immigration offer for selected individuals with skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects, building on the existing Tier 1 Exceptional Talent visa route. The aim of the expansion is to attract global talent in STEM subjects to come work in…

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Entering Through E-Gates

Since 20 May 2019, migrants from the following countries have been eligible to use automated ePassport gates (“e-gates”) to enter the UK where they hold a valid UK entry clearance (visa): Australia Canada Japan New Zealand Singapore South Korea United States of America Expanding the e-gates scheme to these nationalities has significantly reduced waiting times…

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Proposals to change the approach to enforcing rights under the Equality Act

A report produced by the Women & Equalities Committee (House of Commons Select Committee) has recommended a change in the approach to enforcing discrimination rights under the Equality Act. At present discrimination rights are normally enforced in the courts by individuals, for example an employee bringing a discrimination claim against their employer in the Employment…

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