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Immigration is a hotly debated topic in the UK at the moment. After a record year for migration numbers, the Government is making changes to the rules.
As part of your UK visa application, you will be required to provide proof of your ties to your home country and that you will leave once your visa expires. In this guide, we will tell you what you need to know.
The Displaced Talent Mobility Pilot has successfully brought many displaced skilled workers to the UK.
AI is a hot topic at the moment, with many new AI tools being developed by companies all over the world. People even use these tools for legal advice. We will tell you the dangers of using AI for legal advice.
If you are in the process of applying for a UK visa or have already submitted your application, you might be curious about the possible reasons for visa rejection. Discover essential tips from our legal team on what to avoid in our blog.
When trying to move in or out of the UK, you will likely be trying to find an immigration adviser and lawyer. Find out how to stay safe and avoid fake lawyers in our blog.
Here are some options for how to stay in the UK if your marriage or relationship breaks down, and you are a dependant on your partner’s visa.
If you are travelling to the UK from a country in the Gulf Cooperation Council, an EVW is currently required, but from 2024, an ETA is needed instead. Learn what the differences are below.
Our guide aims to help you know the important information about what might happen if you are sick while in the UK on a Skilled Worker Visa.
If you are in the UK on a Skilled Worker Visa but want a career change, then you have a few options. We shall tell you what those options are.
Woodcock Law joined the South East London Chamber of Commerce (SELCC) for this important webinar on UK Skilled Worker Visas.
This webinar, hosted by our paralegals Papia and Roshni explores the Skilled Worker Visa in detail, and includes all the updates and changes for 2023/4 applications.
So, you have been granted indefinite leave to remain (ILR), and you now need to wait a year before you can apply for citizenship. What should you do?
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