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Indefinite Leave to Remain

Indefinite leave to remain grants you the right to live and work in the UK free from immigration restrictions. It also puts you on...

British Citizenship

For individuals who do not automatically hold British nationality by birth or descent, the most common route to British citizenship is through naturalisation. Naturalisation is...

MN1 Form (British Citizenship for a Child!)

The MN1 Form is used to register a non-British child (under 18) for British citizenship. Successful applications must show the child satisfies specific requirements as...

UK Travel Documents

If you are a non-UK national and need to travel outside the UK without the use of a passport from your own country, you...

UK Entry Requirements for Non-EEA Countries

If you’re a national of a country outside the European Economic Area (EEA), you will ordinarily be subject to UK immigration control. This means...

What is Extradition?

Extradition is the process whereby one country requests that another country returns to them an individual accused of or guilty of a crime for...

Latest Immigration for Business Articles

Employing Overseas Workers in the UK

For UK employers to hire employ workers from overseas, they need to be aware of the legal requirements involved, from how to check whether...

Proof of Right to Work in the UK

Under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, all employers are required to meet their duties to prevent illegal working in the UK by...

Civil Penalty under the Immigration Act: Been Fined?

As part of the Home Office’s punitive toolkit against illegal working, employers who are found to be in breach of their immigration compliance duties...

Civil Penalty Immigration: How to Challenge a Home Office fine

As a UK employer you are under a duty to prevent illegal working by carrying out right to work document checks confirming all of...

Employees Switching from Tier 4 to Tier 2

If you are an employer looking to hire an international student graduate who has studied in the UK under Tier 4 of the points...

How to Apply for a Tier 2 Sponsorship Licence

A Tier 2 sponsorship licence will allow you, as an employer, to sponsor skilled foreign workers from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and...