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.
We've published guidance for the profession on what to do if you encounter a victim of modern slavery.
The personal information of people who have applied for UK visas must have gold-plated protection following the end of the BLS subcontract.
Law Society opposition has helped halt Home Office proposals to accelerate appeals by people seeking asylum and others held in immigration detention centres.
The award of legal aid in the case of Shamima Begum raises some of the most fundamental principles underpinning the justice system.
The rule of law depends on an immigration system that is fair and fit for purpose, the Law Society of England and Wales said.
The Law Society has reminded the profession that new SRA rules mean firms must publish a range of price and service information by 6 December.
Law Society president Christina Blacklaws has welcomed the Home Secretary's announced intention to review the immigration and asylum system.
The Law Society has warned that government proposals to curtail the timeline for appeals by people in immigration detention could lead to injustices.
Asylum claims by unaccompanied children must be dealt with transparently, putting their best interests at its heart, the Law Society said today.
Asylum claims by unaccompanied children must be dealt with through a transparent process that puts their best interests at heart says the Law Society.
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