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Global Immigration Update – Australia

January 8, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

WHM Visa changes

Global Immigration Update – United Kingdom

January 7, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

IHS to double

Solicitors warned about Skeleton Arguments

Solicitors warned about Skeleton Arguments

Global Immigration Update – India

January 4, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Travelling nationals must now register online

Live near a church? You might be liable for it

January 3, 2019 | Latest Thinking, News, Taxation

‘Chancel Repair Liability’ is a legal obligation for property owners in some areas of the UK – so what exactly is it?

Global Immigration Update – Australia

January 3, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

TPP-11 Signed

Global Immigration Update – Peru

January 2, 2019 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

New Online System

How easy is it to switch Visa categories?

December 24, 2018 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Most do not know that they can switch between visa categories – so how easy it to do this?

Global Immigration Update – Brazil

December 24, 2018 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Normative Resolution 36/2018 published

Global Immigration Update – Singapore

December 21, 2018 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

New updates for dependents

New online ‘Right to Work’ check announced

December 20, 2018 | Employment, Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Employers can now ‘rely’ on an online Right to Work Checking Service, as recently announced by the UK Home Office.

Global Immigration Update – Peru

December 20, 2018 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

New Registration System

Global Immigration Update – India

December 12, 2018 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Requirement extended for Indian Nationals

Global Immigration Update – Singapore

December 11, 2018 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

New updates for dependent children

Will the law of the future reflect the law of the past?

What exactly will be the foundations of the legal sector in times to come?