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9th March 2014

Challenging Decisions Refusing ‘Adult Dependant Relatives’ Entry Clearance to the UK

Barnes Harrild & Dyer, are specialist immigration solicitors based in Croydon. We write this Article ... Read more ›

7th January 2013

New Settlement Route for Commonwealth HM Armed Forces

Many will recall various accounts of Commonwealth citizen recruits in the British army being denied ... Read more ›

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Mar 2014

Challenging Decisions Refusing ‘Adult Dependant Relatives’ Entry Clearance to the UK

Barnes Harrild & Dyer, are specialist immigration solicitors based in Croydon. We write this Article to alert attention to the fact that ‘adult dependant relative’ applications may have been refused unlawfully, and that we can advise you of the possibility … Continue reading

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Jan 2013

New Settlement Route for Commonwealth HM Armed Forces

Many will recall various accounts of Commonwealth citizen recruits in the British army being denied British citizenship after four years’ service. In addition, it has been reported that various members of the armed forces intending to apply for indefinite leave … Continue reading

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Sep 2012

Are you the victim of the revocation of a sponsor licence of an Educational Institution?

The sponsorship licence of the London Metropolitan University has been revoked, stripping it of the right to sponsor foreign Non-EEA national students. The press coverage suggests that approximately 2000 students will be deported from the UK and this will undoubtedly … Continue reading

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Sep 2012

Old immigration refusals need revisiting in view of new Supreme Court immigration case of Alvi

R (on the application of Alvi & Munir) v SSHD [2012]UKSC 33 is relevant to the statutory interpretation of the Immigration Act 1971 that rules, and statements of practice must be laid before Parliament. The Judgement has implications to many … Continue reading

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