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A Y & J Solicitors Helps Care Business Reinstate Tier 2 Sponsor Licence

Background A care home, Company A, with over 800 employees serving clients around London lost their Tier 2 Sponsor Licence following a compliance visit from the home office. Company A was established over 20 years ago in the care industry had three non-EEA employees who were on a Tier 2 visa.  All three employees were…

A Y & J Assists Entrepreneur Applicant In Receiving Positive Decision on Second Extension Despite Considerable Complexities

Background We were introduced to Mr K by a previous client, with the intention of seeking some advice on his immigration matters. Upon undertaking an initial call with Mr K, we were able to start assisting him right away. Mr K had previously completed the applications himself and was at the stage whereby he should…

A Y & J Assists in Overturning of AI and Machine Learning Expert Tier 1 Exceptional Tech Nation Talent Visa Refusal

Background Mr A, an expert in AI with years of experience, has attracted the interest of companies in a number of countries. Despite being secure on his knowledge and experience, he was concerned whether this was sufficient to convince the endorsement body, Tech Nation, that he was ‘exceptional’. He applied for endorsement to Tech Nation,…

Successful-EEA-Appeal-For-Married-Couple

Background Mrs C, Ghanaian national, arrived in the UK in November 2012 on a six-month Standard Visit Visa and overstayed in the UK ever since. Shortly after in 2013, she met her partner, an EEA national. They had been living together since 2013 and married by proxy in 2016. In April 2019, Mrs C had…

Home-Offices-Decision-To-Refuse-Entry-Clearance-Found-To-Be-Unlawful

Background Mr B was an Indian national and married to Mrs X, a British citizen born in the UK. Mr B initially arrived in the UK in 2009, having been granted a Tier 4 Student Visa, valid from 31 October 2009 to 28 January 2011, to study in the United Kingdom. After the expiry of…

Refusal-Based-On-Spouse-Visa-Interview-Overturned

Background Mr A, an Indian national, was married to a Romanian national. He had been an overstayer in the UK when he started his relationship with his wife. Mr A decided to depart the UK voluntarily and returned to India in December 2017 with his Romanian partner. They decided to marry in India. Thereafter, Mr…