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The Home Office has finally agreed that any TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication) appellants who succeed in the appeal of Article 8 grounds, shall be granted 2.5 years leave to remain. Undoubtedly a significant victory attained by Bindmans that brought a judicial review on behalf of a TOEIC client, MM, who has been…

UK Visa applicants

The Home office has recently announced an extra month grace period for migrants whose leave to remain in the UK expired between 24 January 2020 and 31 July 2020. This further provision is mentioned in the Home Office guidance page: Coronavirus (COVID-19): advice for UK Visa applicants and temporary UK Residents. The update provides much…

UK Sets Out To Launch A Health And Care Visa On 4th August

The Home Secretary and Secretary of State for Health and Social Care have taken a remarkable decision to start a new fast-track visa route for foreign medical workers.  The new Health and Care Visa will open for applications on 4th August 2020. This post-Brexit Immigration Plan is not a new route as such, but inclusion…

Changing UK Immigration Laws-Why now is the best time to get ahead of the curve and plan your finances

A Y & J Solicitors’ Yash Dubal provides insight on what the business owners need to know regarding the future of immigration – why this is the best time to get ahead of the curve and plan your finances. UK immigration is about to undergo a fundamental change, heralded by the new law which introduces…

Migrants Will Be Vital In Rebuilding The UK Economy Post-Lockdown

Yash Dubal, Director of A Y & J Solicitors discusses his career and growth in the UK and shares his perspective on how the migrants play a role in rebuilding the economy post lockdown. As the economy struggles under the strain of a partially lifted lockdown, and as politicians try to navigate a way back…

The future of the workforce-how new laws in immigration impact SMEs

From January 1st next year, free movement of labour from the EU stops and with it so does the benefit of having access to a Continent-wide pool of skilled and unskilled labour. The flow of European baristas, chefs, labourers, technicians, nurses, cleaners, bankers and carers that have become commonplace in the UK, stops. Instead, according…

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