Tier 1 (Investor) visa suspension and reopening

Introduction Everything which could go wrong with Tier 1 investor visa, went wrong. Finally, the Home Office has suspended this route of immigration to settlement in the UK from midnight 7 December 2018. From its launch in 2008 until 2015 over 3,000 people were granted with Investor visas and nearly £3.15 billion were invested into

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Brexit and the controversial issue of EU Citizenship

Introduction It is Brexit fever everywhere in the UK. There will be a voting in the House of Commons on the future of UK and EU relationship on Tuesday 11 December 2018. The one important issue which we at legalally think requires some serious debate is the rights of EU nationals and British expatriates. We

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Weird British laws that still exist

Weird Laws Introduction For centuries English laws have been developing, changing and some just wholly lost over time. Enjoy this article and have a little giggle to yourself. You may not have realised, but you could have broken some of these laws yourself. Read Time: 3 Minutes _______________________________________________ What is included? Introduction The weirdest English

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A simple guide to renting

Are you renting a property? Here is a complete guide on renting a property and tenancy in general Introduction A tenancy arises where it is granted by a person who is in a practical position to do so and does not necessarily need to have an interest in the property. Most tenancies of residential properties

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Judicial Review: The alternate to strike action

Judicial Review: The alternate to strike actions to obtain relief against the decision of Government or public body. Introduction Judicial review (JR) is a request for a review of the decision of a public body for example in the case of immigration it will be a request against the decision of the Home Office. Judicial

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Volunteer of the Month Award

Congratulations to Fahima Iman on receiving Novembers award for Volunteer of the Month. Co-workers provide the award to the team member whom they believe helped contribute to the firm’s success. Fahima’s co-workers unanimously agreed that the first award should be given to Fahima who has received this award due to her hard work in creating

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The Gender Pay Gap; stuff you may not want to know!

Introduction The gender pay gap is something that’s been a lot more prevalent in the news in recent months, because, for the first time, we now have access to information of the average pay of men and women who are employed within the same workplace. But what does it all mean? And how does it

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Personal Insolvency and bankruptcy

Personal Insolvency and bankruptcy: A complete guide to your rights and obligation Introduction Under current economic conditions, many companies and individuals are struggling to pay off their bills. They may find themselves insolvent and heading towards bankruptcy. The common reasons for insolvency in England and Wales are cash-flow problems, such as borrowing too much and

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