“Fairness” in immigration cases is overrated says Court of Appeal

Bhandari & Anor v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2019] EWCA Civ 129 considered some fairly elderly Upper Tribunal case law on fairness and the Points Based System, and in particular a decision of Mr Justice Blake in Patel (Revocation ...

20th February 2019 By

Government Authorised Exchange: one visa, 60 options

The Tier 5 (Government Authorised Exchange) category of the Immigration Rules is one of the least known of all the UK’s visa options. Following the recent publication of the government’s immigration white paper, much has been said about th ...

12th February 2019 By

Only private schools in the UK to be able to sponsor EU children from 2021

The government recently published information about arrangements for EU citizens who move to the UK after the UK leaves the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The proposals would mean that EU (and EEA) national children who move to the UK between th ...

5th February 2019 By

Why coaching your kid’s football team could breach your visa conditions

For reasons that don’t appear to have been explained anywhere, at least not that I can find, the Home Office has made significant changes to the definition of a professional sportsperson. This is important because a prohibition on performing act ...

18th January 2019 By

Failure to submit specified documents fatal to Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) application

The Court of Appeal has reluctantly but unanimously agreed with the Home Office’s decision to refuse a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) application for further leave to remain based on a factual issue of specified documents not being submitted. It rejected arg ...

15th January 2019 By

Cara Menjadikan Uang Dengan Bermain Dominoqq

Cara Menjadikan Uang Dengan Bermain Dominoqq! Menjadikan uang yakni fenomena awam yang dipakai seluruh orang sepanjang hidup mereka. Namun orang kerap kali mengaitkan uang dengan metode offline tradisional. Dengan peningkatan pesat dalam pengguna duni ...

9th January 2019 By