Appealing a deportation order
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by ICS Legal
2d ago
The deportation process Immigration deportation orders is a process of removing someone from the UK. Usually, deportation orders are served to those who have been convicted of a criminal offence.  There are other instances whereby you could be asked to leave the UK: o   On the grounds it is conducive to the public good.  o   If a family member is being deported from the UK. o   Under EU public policy, public security or public health grounds.  The UK Home Office policy guidance provides details of appealing against the deportation order. When making ..read more
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Immigration policies and what has changed – at a glance
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by ICS Legal
2M ago
As we now embrace the changes from the 19th February 2024 and also 14th March 2024, here we look at what has changed.  Ukraine scheme including the UFS scheme The scheme is being closed down from the 16th May 2024, so new applicants would not be able to apply under the scheme.  1.    Children born in the UK, would still continue to benefit from the scheme and would be able to continue applying on that scheme regardless of his closure.  2.    Existing applicants will continue to benefit from the policies and will be able to remain in the UK.  3 ..read more
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Immigration impact and changes post 7th December 2023. Spring 2024 changes.
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by ICS Legal
6M ago
As the Conservative Government considers their approach to immigration policies, I am sure that this debate will never end. The ever-growing changes in consumer behaviour and the drive-in technology, means that the UK must be a space for talent attractions. Exciting time for us at ICS Legal, whereby we help both private clients and enterprises, move with speed in their immigration programs. So let’s start with the changes from the 7th of December 2023 and the next changes post spring of 2024. EUSS applications  Our Lawyers works tirelessly for EU nationals and their family members ..read more
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Statement of changes announced on 19th July 2023
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by ICS Legal
10M ago
The UK Government have announced some changes to the immigration policies on the 19th July 2023.  The changes are being imposed to nationals of Dominica, Honduras, Namibia, Timor-Leste, and Vanuatu from the 19th July 2023.  The national interest on immigration are the reasons for the immediate changes. It is anticipated that providing the customary 21-days’ scrutiny period before implementing the visa regimes would trigger a substantial increase in nationals from these countries travelling to the UK, before the visa regime comes into force. This would place an unpredictable and poten ..read more
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Statement of changes, announced 9th March 2023
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by ICS Legal
10M ago
As the UK Government gets involved in the current political climate of migration and the impact of those coming to the UK illegally, we turn to some of the latest legal changes announced.  Immigration and nationality changes. Here are brief outlines of the changes and you can read more details here:  Innovator Founder visa route The immigration routes close down the Tier 1 Innovator Visa & Start-Up Visa. The visa will bring about the new changes to remove the requirements of the £50k minimum funding and looks at innovative business models to be opened in the UK. The route will al ..read more
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Enterprise, migration & entrepreneurship
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by ICS Legal
10M ago
Applying for a sponsor licence. ICS Legal helps enterprises and employers to apply for a sponsor licence application. As we have drawn ourselves from the EU, albeit we are still in negotiation about Northern Ireland, immigration programs for EU citizens and their family members, are evolving. You can learn more about our help on applying for a sponsor licence and other business visa routes, by clicking here. Enterprises are attempting to understand the EU Settlement Scheme, and the migration to the immigration programs are becoming a difficult transition for businesses. Then we have the r ..read more
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Change, disruption, and complexity
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by ICS Legal
10M ago
We know how difficult change can be, as we move off from the restrictions imposed by covid, the new continues. Well, the new does mean, getting back to where we were prior to the disruption we had created by covid.  Enterprises and organisations are learning to change, however what has not changed, is the complexity of immigration programs. Whether this is an individual or an enterprise, the requirements of getting it right is essential.  The Home Office are returning its ways of dealing on how immigration decisions are being made. It is sad reality that almost 4 immigration and vis ..read more
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18th Oct 2022 changes made to the Immigration Policies
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by ICS Legal
10M ago
As we drew close to the end of 2022, some of the changes in the immigration rules and policies are coming into effect. Those changes announced on the 18th Oct 2022 will come into force by 31st December 2022, however some changes are now enforced. Let’s explore some of the legal changes announced: Appendix Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP) The process application under this route is now being simplified & the Ministry of Defense will make the initial assessment of those who may be able to qualify under this route, who can then make the application.  Temporary P ..read more
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Applying for British Nationality
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by ICS Legal
10M ago
To apply for British nationality depending on your immigration status, connections to the British Empire or family can be a complex process. The British Empire was the largest empire in history, ruling over 412 million people over a decade and having territories across the globe. You can read more information regarding the British Empire by clicking here. As the empire was drawing back, the UK Government allowed countries to become independent, this led to most people losing their status as UK Citizens and Colonies, thus British nationality. Those who were permitted to apply for British natio ..read more
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UK Immigration Lawyers and Their Role
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by ICS Legal
10M ago
Who are the best Immigration Lawyers in the UK?  It is an important question when aiming to choose the right legal representatives. Over time an Immigration Lawyer is considered to work on your best interests and advise you in the most appropriate way. An Immigration Lawyer will advise, represent and submit an application, whether that is for an immigration matter or nationality. At ICS Legal, we are specialists in the UK Visas and Immigration. Having our practice spanning over 17 Years, it has taught us knowledge is aligned with experience. Through this, we are able to give our cli ..read more
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