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03-11-16 Reduced immigration after Brexit will not mean higher wages, think tank warns.  Any wage gains for British workers resulting from lower migration from EU countries will be dwarfed by the economic downside of Brexit, the Resolution Foundation says
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03-11-16 The Tribunal fees for immigration appeals have changed.  The Tribunal fees for immigration appeals have changed. If your decision letter is dated on or before 9 October 2016 it costs: 1. £80 without a hearing 2. £140 with a hearing If your decision letter is dated on or after 10 October 2016 it costs: 1. £490 without a hearing 2. £800 with a hearing You...
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03-11-16 Brexit  Britain may end up with the most 'extreme' version of Brexit because there may not be enough time to negotiate with Brussels, say ministers - The Telegraph
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03-11-16 Asylum Support Asylum support is provided on the basis a supported person and their dependants adhere to the terms and conditions outlined to the supported person in the asylum support agreement. A breach of the conditions of support may lead to an early suspension or discontinuation of support.  
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03-12-15 Marriages, sham or otherwise Following from the last update, it is interesting to note the impact that the Immigration Act 2014 has had on marriages involving foreign nationals. The Act partially takes us back to the days when a Certificate of Approval was required by the Secretary of State before a foreign national who was...
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03-12-15 Bank accounts and driving licences for migrants Bank accounts and driving licences for migrants   The Immigration Act 2014 has undoubtedly given the Secretary of State more enforcement powers and this is further evident by the impact it has had on individuals applying to open bank accounts or for a driving licence.   Section 40 of the...
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03-12-15 Paying for use of the NHS Since 6 April nationals from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who are coming to the UK for longer than six months will be required to pay an ‘immigration health surcharge’. This will also apply to non-EEA nationals who are already in the UK but are applying to extend...
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03-12-15 Weekend Appointments Now Available   Need to see a solicitor on a weekend or at a more convenient time? Please contact the office on 0121 523 3601 to arrange a weekend appointment in advance. windows 10 key windows 10 product key
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