News, advice and information for immigration practitioners, including content on work permits and visas, workforce mobility and other legislative and regulatory changes, and student, asylum and publicly funded immigration issues.
The Law Society has responded to the MoJ consultation on expediting the immigration and asylum appeals process.
This practice note outlines the main provisions of the relevant conventions and protocols and highlights the duty to enquire and, if necessary, investigate further, any credible claim that an individual has been a victim of trafficking.
Training and publications for the Immigration and Asylum Law Accreditation.
Frequently asked questions about the Immigration and Asylum Law Accreditation.
This practice note gives advice on how to handle a client's matter in line with the UK Border Agency's new process for reviewing removal decisions.
Robyn Allardice-Bourne discusses the implications of closing refuges and an innovative device to support victims of domestic abuse.
Advice and information for immigration law practitioners
Provisions, which came into force in April 2013, allow a foreign national who admits committing a criminal offence to be offered a caution, with a condition that they agree to be removed from the UK and not return for a period of time.
Nisha Patel outlines the potential immigration hurdles relating to adoption of a child from outside the European Economic Area.
It is possible that solicitors could be unwittingly involved in assisting immigration fraud and associated money laundering.
Inspiring webinar from BWB partner Tim Barnden sharing his experiences of LGBT+ immigration issues.
Accreditation for members who meet the highest standards of expertise and client service in immigration and asylum law work.
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