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Global Immigration Update – Venezuela

April 18, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Delays expected

Use of NDA’s face extinction in workplace

Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA’s) are being tackled by the UK government given their infamous status to act as a ‘gagging’ clause to employees nationwide.

Global Immigration Update – Argentina

April 17, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Updates for Immigration Applications

What are the new legal implementations for 2019?

There are numerous new laws and rules that shall come into effect this year – so what exactly are they?

HMCTS to extend reform program to 2023

The HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has announced that its recently released ‘reform programme’ is predicted to be finished by 2023.

Global Immigration Update – Switzerland

April 17, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Updates for ICT’s

Global Immigration Update – Ireland

April 16, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Updates for Critical Skills Employment Permit Holders

UK Government urged to increase AML checks

The Treasury Committee recently reported that the necessity for the accuracy of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checking is vital.

Global Immigration Update – Philippines

April 16, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Updates for Employment Permits

Ex-ISIS Bride granted Legal Aid for UK Citizenship

April 15, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

An ex-ISIS bride has recently rocked the UK immigration scene by being granted Legal Aid so to assist with the regaining of her previous UK Citizenship.

Global Immigration Update – South Africa

April 15, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Updates for Critical Skills Visa

Help for litigants to increase in UK Courts

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has recently announced that the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) are likely to be updated, so as to provide greater assistance to all litigants.

Global Immigration Update – Vietnam

April 11, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Updates for Work Permits

UK Legislation Update: Divorce Law Reformed

The MoJ has recently announced that divorcing couples will no longer be able to ‘blame’ each other for the breakdown of their marriage.

Will Brexit increase cross-border crime in UK?

As a ‘No Deal’ Scenario is now becoming probable, will this ultimately lead to an increase in crime in the UK due to lack of Cross-Border crime protection?