What are the facts about UK immigration detention?

For what’s called administrative purposes, the UK detains people without judicial oversight and with no time limits in place. In this article we cover some facts about UK Immigration Detention
UK point based system

Immigration: what is the new points system?

UK's new 'points-based system' system will replace the freedom of movement that previously existed for citizens of European Union countries and is due to come into force on the 1st January 2021. ... More

The New Immigration Bill

The government has set out its plans for a new points-based immigration system, that will come into effect on January 1st 2021.
A bill has been introduced into parliament by the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, which will remove freedom of movement for EU citizens. . Instead, migrants from EU member states will be subject to the same immigration criteria as people from the rest of the world. ... More

UK Immigration – Applying for a sponsor licence

From January 1st, 2021 the UK's post-Brexit immigration system will come into force. UK employers will need to hold a sponsor licence in order to employ new recruits from the European Economic Area (EEA), after free movement ends.

Changes to UK Immigration Rules- What You Need to Know

The government has outlined its plans for a new points-based immigration system to ensure only skilled workers can enter the UK. We highlight some of the key facts about these changes for you.

UK Government Announces Return of Post Study Work Permit

Murria Solicitors are delighted to highlight the Home Office announcement that under new proposals international students will be allowed to stay in the UK under PSW (Post Study Work Permit) for two years after graduation to find Employment.
UK Tier 2 visa cap lifted

Tier 2 cap lifted for non-EU doctors and nurses

The Home Office granted all Tier 2 visa applications for non-EEA skilled workers in August. The news comes after Home Secretary Sajid Javid decided to remove NHS doctors and nurses from the annual 20,700 limit. The cap had left thousands of skilled overseas workers unable to accept UK job offers.

Should the skilled visas cap be lifted?

There is speculation that the UK Government could be about to lift the skilled visa cap that has resulted in highly-experienced doctors being denied entry to the country. The Royal College of GPs is just one group putting pressure on the Government to relax rules so healthcare providers can recruit GPs more easily.