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Right to Work

How can employers prepare for the increased Right to Work legislation? The new Immigration Bill 2015-2016 has imposed additional responsibilities on employers to ensure that all employees have a 'legal right to work' in the UK. The proposed Bill makes penalties for employing an illegal migrant more ...

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EU Citizens: UK Residency Documents

Following the Brexit referendum and the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, over three million EU citizens living in the UK face uncertainty about whether they will be allowed to stay.  Below, we highlight the options available to European citizens to secure their residency status. Currently, ...

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UK Visa Options Following a Divorce

The period following a divorce is a difficult time for both parties, and the separation is complicated even further when spouse visas are involved. Some individuals will stay with their partner out of fear of losing their right to stay in the country where they have built a life. Thankfully, there...

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Right to rent: A guide for landlords

According to Section 22 of the Immigration Act 2014, private landlords across the country will have a responsibility to ensure that those who occupy their properties have the right to rent in the UK. Although the regulations currently only apply to certain areas such as Birmingham, Walsall,...

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