Immigration

LGBT asylum seekers are continually discriminated against

The UK immigration system is a harsh and brutal environment for all migrants. It is designed to be a treacherous journey through a cruel and intricate jungle of tests, detention, interrogations and application processes; all trying to prove authenticity and deservedness. However, it is clearer now than ever that LGBT+ migrants, especially those seeking asylum […]

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Understanding the UK’s Graduate Immigration Route

Last month, the UK government unveiled its new Graduate Immigration Route, claiming that it would allow the “brightest and the best international students” to remain in the country after they graduate. The visa will replace the UK’s previous Post Study Worker visa, which was scrapped in 2012, giving international graduates two years to find a job eligible […]

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Tips for getting your UK visa

Whether you are a frequent flyer, or brand new to the concept of visas, the process can feel a little misguided and overwhelming. When it comes to getting your UK visa, there is no one quite like the professional immigration solicitor team in Birmingham to help take the stress out of the process. Whether you […]

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How to find the best asylum lawyer in the UK

Defining asylum As stipulated in Article 1(A)(2) within the 1967 protocol, a refugee is a person who, owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion is outside their country of nationality and is unable to avail themselves of the protection […]

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How to get a UK student visa

There are many factors that decide if you need a student visa, or what you need to do in order to get one. Find out all the information here.

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Concerned about Brexit? Find out how an immigration lawyer can help you obtain EEA Permanent Residence

Since the EU referendum in 2016 there has been a lot of hysteria, media outrage and panic. EAA nationals have been caught in the crossfire of politicians and voters with their livelihoods used as bargaining chips. Due to the uncertainty and instability it is sensible advice for any EEA national and their family members to […]

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What happens to EU citizens in the UK if we leave the EU?

A referendum on the so-called ‘Brexit’, the UK leaving the EU is looming. It’s clear that should Britain decide to leave the union there will be some pretty significant changes. Whether these changes will be for better or for worse is open to debate, but it is certain that for the many EU nationals living […]

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