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Sponsor changing job is not a reason to refuse a spouse visa
If you meet the financial requirements of Appendix FM at the date of application but your sponsor then leaves their job, do you still qualify for a spouse visa? Yes, the Upper Tribunal found in Begum (employment income; Rules/Article 8)  UKUT 11 ...20th May 2021
Windrush family priced out of UK win human rights challenge
In this edition of “have I got immigration news for you”, we look at the case of Mahabir v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 1177 (Admin), in which the High Court found that the Home Office had caused a “colossal interferenc ...11th May 2021
Fresh blow to “no recourse to public funds” scheme
Rules restricting migrants’ access to benefits are back in the spotlight following a new High Court decision, which found that aspects of the “no recourse to public funds” (NRPF) scheme fail to protect the rights of children. The case of ...4th May 2021
Immigration issues should be covered in the Armed Forces Bill
With the Armed Forces Bill making its way through Parliament, the opposition announced yesterday that it is moving a clause to ensure that service personnel with Commonwealth citizenship should not have to pay £2,389 for indefinite leave to remain fo ...26th March 2021
When does having a partner disqualify you from keeping a parent visa?
The Upper Tribunal in R (Waleed Ahmad Khattak) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (“eligible to apply”- LTR – “partner”)  UKUT 63 (IAC) has provided helpful clarification on when having a partner can disqualify someone fr ...19th March 2021
Policy on fee waivers for entry clearance is unlawful, government concedes
In another blow for the Home Office on visa application fees, the department has been forced to concede that its policy on fee waivers for entry clearance applications is unlawful. Fee waiver policies At time of writing, the relevant guidance states ...8th March 2021