The latest legal updates and success stories from the team at BHD Solicitors
New immigration route for BN(O) citizens - The UK will open a ‘Hong Kong BN(O) Visa’ for BN(O) citizens and their close family members from January 2021.
Citizens with settled status may have to provide evidence that they had been residing in the UK lawfully during the qualifying residence period.
Our Senior Partner, Paul Turner and Senior Caseworker, Kim Renfrew, have secured a significant out of court settlement for their client who was detained unlawfully by the Home Office.
Recognised by the government as key workers, BHD Solicitors continues to remain open for existing and new clients. We will continue to help those in need, by ensuring continuity of our legal services during the COVID outbreak and extended government lockdown.
Barnes Harrild & Dyer Solicitors launches its support of vulnerable groups impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic by offering ASDA e-gift shopping cards of a value of up to £50 for families and £25 for individuals.
The Home Office and Tribunals continue to misapply the law when considering family life cases and it is essential to get specialist advice if you are thinking of applying to the Home Office or you have been refused and have an appeal pending.
The government announced that doctors, nurses and paramedics with visas due to expire before 1 October 2020 will have them automatically extended for one year, allowing them to focus on helping in the fight against COVID-19 coronavirus.
Campaigners fear that EU citizens who have made their homes in the UK are at risk of becoming illegal as the government diverts resources to fight coronavirus, urging government to replace settled status process with guaranteed ‘right to stay’.
The UK government this week released updated advice for visa customers and applicants in the UK, visa customers outside of the UK and British nationals overseas who need to apply for a passport affected by travel restrictions associated with coronavirus.
New government guidance issued regarding applying for an administrative review under the EU Settlement Scheme. During the COVID-19 coronavirus lockdown Brexit may have taken a back seat, however the Home Office is still open for reviews from failed applicants.
The 6th April 2020 sees the start of a new tax year and, if a person dies on this day or in the future, the introduction of the maximum residence nil rate band increase, if your estate qualifies for it.
Many people do not understand the inheritance tax regime and how they and their beneficiaries will be affected should they pass away. We look at some basic rules surrounding IHT and what this means for you.
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