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Could EU Citizens Be The Next Windrush Victims In Decades To Come?

in EEA/Brexit, Immigration Law & Immigration Rules

From Monday, 21 January 2019, millions of EU citizens have the opportunity to apply for Settled Status, thus solidifying their right to remain in the UK after the country leaves the European Union (EU). The government announced that the proposed £65 fee to apply for Settled Status was to be waived. The Guardian reported that […]

Family and Private life and your right to remain in the UK

in Family Visas & Spouse Visas, Human Rights Applications & Visas, Immigration Law & Immigration Rules

The Home Office has the ability to grant individuals in the UK with Discretionary Leave to Remain. Discretionary Leave to Remain is granted outside of the UK Immigration Rules under compassionate and compelling circumstances as well as in junction with the right to private and family life protected under Article 8 of the European Convention […]

Are EU nationals at risk of losing their immigration status in the UK following Brexit?

in EEA/Brexit, Immigration Law & Immigration Rules

The current Immigration Rules stipulate that European nationals have the right to reside in the UK they are exercising treaty rights. An EU national is exercising treaty rights if they are a worker, self-employed person, student or self-sufficient person (i.e. a qualified person). An EU national is required to remain a qualified person for a […]