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In mid-May, the British government released the Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules presented to Parliament in May 2020.  Before the release of the Statement, the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, made clear that the criteria of the Representative of an Overseas Business Visa (ROBV) would be strengthened. The changes take effect from 4 June 2020. This…

Even with all the noise and political upheaval regarding Brexit, the UK remains and will continue to remain one of the best locations in which to do business as we progress into the 2020s.  For many companies outside of the EU and EEA considering their options for expansion and growth, making decisions which will prove…

Thinking of your next business move considering international expansion?  The Sole Representative Visa could be the perfect opportunity to access the UK market. Although entry requirements do not hold the notorious reputation as those under the points-based system, the application should be approached with the same tenacity. The Rules and guidance under this category are…

Pre-Action Protocol Letter before Claim needs to be sent to the Home Office prior to applying for Judicial Review. Judicial Review may be the only option available to you to get the justice if all other avenues such as Administrative Review and appeals have been exhausted. For some applications like Visitor Visa, Short Term Student…

Business Visitor Visa for UK is a popular category. The UK is one of the prime destinations for business people from all over the world. London has recently been labelled the most attractive city in the world for employers and businesses and the UK is the world’s fifth largest economy. These factors, along with the…

Having your visa application refused is frustrating and can cost you hundreds of pounds in visa application fees. There are many different explanations for visa refusals, but by examining the most common reasons, it is possible to avoid making the same mistakes when you submit your application. As experienced immigration caseworkers, we have advised on…

The British market has always been desirable for foreign businesses. Although only 1% of companies are owned by foreigners, this tiny minority contributes 29% of UK gross value added. Of course, much of this is generated by the big names, such as Asda (which belongs to Walmart), Cadbury (a subsidiary of Mondelez International, formerly Kraft)…

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