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Indefinite Leave to Remain: What are the Exceptions for absences from the UK?

by in British Nationality & Citizenship, Family Visas & Spouse Visas, Immigration Law & Immigration Rules, Sponsorship License & Tier 2/Tier 5 Visas, Tier 1 Visas & Other Business Visas, Tier 2 Visas & Other Work Visas

For those in the UK who are considering settling in this country, the amount of absences that they can have during their stay in the UK, is a constant concern. This has become even more prevalent with the current pandemic and the coronavirus related lockdowns that most countries are implementing. Borders have been closed, travel […]

Coronavirus lockdown: Indefinite Leave to Remain and Extension applications

by in British Nationality & Citizenship, EEA/Brexit, Family Visas & Spouse Visas, Human Rights Applications & Visas, Immigration Law & Immigration Rules, Sponsorship License & Tier 2/Tier 5 Visas, Tier 1 Visas & Other Business Visas, Tier 2 Visas & Other Work Visas, UK Visitor Visas

Covid-19 and the lockdown imposed on us in a desperate attempt to curb the spread of the deadly virus has made our lives unrecognisable. In a very short period of time, the inconceivable has become the new normal and our entire way of life has been turned upside down. The new reality brings new challenges […]

#Covid-19 NHS staff support announcement

by in Family Law, Immigration Law & Immigration Rules, Landlord & Tenants Rights, RVS Solicitors News

As the world grapples to find a way to keep the Covid-19 pandemic under control, many of us experience a sense of feeling helpless due to our perceived inability to contribute to the great effort against this unseen and silent enemy. We all watch with admiration as health workers around the world carry out their […]

Coronavirus #COVID-19 Update – Immigration

by in Immigration Law & Immigration Rules, RVS Solicitors News, Sponsorship License & Tier 2/Tier 5 Visas, Tier 1 Visas & Other Business Visas, Tier 2 Visas & Other Work Visas, UK Visitor Visas

LAST UPDATED, 15 June 2020 Currently, there is a lot of uncertainty and concern in respect of the situation created due to the pandemic generated by COVID-19 virus. Our immigration lawyers have been braving a wave of phone calls from existing and new clients alike, seeking advice and information in respect of their immigration status. […]

Successful Sponsor Licence application for a financial firm

by in Immigration Law & Immigration Rules, Sponsorship License & Tier 2/Tier 5 Visas, Tier 2 Visas & Other Work Visas

Our immigration team was approached by a well-known financial company that offers services of short term consumer loans, looking to make a Sponsor Licence application. After experiencing continued growth, the company subsequently faced significant challenges in hiring suitable personnel. In particular, considerable amounts of their IT related work suffered due to shortage of staff, thereby […]

Successful Sponsorship Licence application for a micro company

by in Immigration Law & Immigration Rules, Sponsorship License & Tier 2/Tier 5 Visas, Tier 2 Visas & Other Work Visas

Our immigration team was asked to provide merits assessment on the possibility of making a Sponsorship Licence application for a micro company that offered specialist IT services to businesses. At that particular time, the company, owned by a husband and wife, had no other employees. However, in the recent year, the company had experienced a […]

To The Rescue: Your Guide to The Immigration Super Priority Service

by in Family Visas & Spouse Visas, Immigration Law & Immigration Rules, Tier 1 Visas & Other Business Visas, Tier 2 Visas & Other Work Visas

The sense of certainty is invaluable, especially when it comes where we will live and work.  For those waiting for decisions on UK visa applications, however, the wait can be deeply unnerving, as they are unable to make firm plans regarding their future.  The standard processing times for immigration visa decisions, depending on the type […]

International Students Given Two Years To Find Work

by in Immigration Law & Immigration Rules

Boris Johnson’s government has announced that international students could qualify for a new graduate route following completion of studies.  Currently, graduates are only allowed four-months to find work, and if they fail, they must leave the country. This is a dramatic step away from former Prime Minister, Theresa May’s policies, designed to restrict the number […]

New changes to Shortage Occupation List. What it means for your hiring goals?

by in Sponsorship License & Tier 2/Tier 5 Visas

How do the new changes to the Shortage Occupation List affect your hiring goals? Many businesses have been understandably concerned with their ability to meet their staffing requirements after Brexit, as many sectors are currently highly reliant on workers from EEA. This is particularly the case for those who operate in the research, technology, finance, […]

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