A student’s guide to Tier 4 UK Student Visa

Students- Tier 4 visa guide The category of student is divided between minor and adult students. An adult student is someone who would like to study in the UK for post-16 education under Tier 4 (general). A child student is a person aged between 4 and 17 years. Entry Clearance All Tier 4 students must

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Defamation Law UK: Libel or Slander?

The UK’s defamation law has long been branded as having a ‘chilling’ effect on free speech and expression. As with many areas of the law, the court must perform a balancing act in regard to the rights of the parties involved in litigation. In cases, regarding defamation, the rights that need to be balanced are

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Criminal Convictions and Employment

Application for any type of employment and especially during the recruitment process you are bound to be asked if you have any previous criminal convictions. Before you answer this question, you must know the impact your answer may have on your chances of obtaining the employment contract you may have been working hard for and

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Intricacies of Asylum claims in the UK

Around the world, many people have fled their homes to avoid persecution. Many of these immigrants have applied for protection and asylum from the UK Government and have been granted with a refugee status upon a successful claim of an Asylum. Persecution The asylum cases are based on persecution and exclusion. A person may face

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The Law Regarding Historic Sexual Abuse

Over the last few years, particularly since the allegations of sexual abuse against Jimmy Savile and Harvey Weinstein came to light, the cases of historic sexual abuse have rarely been out of the news. High profile cases such as those involving celebrities and employees of institutions including football clubs have perhaps encouraged victims from all

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