The New Point-Based Immigration System

The New Point-Based Immigration System: A Peculiar Deal Welcoming Non-EU Migrants Now that the UK has undergone an assertive ‘Brexit’, leaving the European Union, the kingdom has decided to revamp its immigration policy effectively in favour of non-EU migrant applicants. To the good fortune of non-EU applicants, the proposed system ends all preferential treatment to […]

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ILR Refusals under paragraph 322(5) in the Light of Balajigari Judgement

In the year 2018, the Home Office had constantly been under attack for its treatment towards immigrants. The predicament prevailed across the country until an allied judgment of the Court of Appeal was pronounced which ruled that the department’s decision to refuse leave-to-remain applications from those individuals was legally flawed and that the applicants had […]

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New Salary Threshold for Tier 2 Migrants

From April 2017 salary threshold for experienced workers is being increased from £25,000 to £30,000 per annum for the majority of new applicants. However, nurses along with some other medical professionals like medical radiographers, paramedics and secondary school teachers in some disciplines have been exempted from this. This increase in threshold for the salary will […]

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Can Tier 2 Migrants Work After Sponsorship Licence Revocation?

There is always an ambiguity whether tier 2 migrants can continue working with their sponsored employer after revocation of their licence. Now the position is clear, Home office sponsorship compliance unit have now confirmed in an email correspondence that sponsored employees can continue working till their leave to remain is curtailed. Normally Home Office will […]

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