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.
HMCTS are conducting research on video hearings and the legal professional user experience as part of the court modernisation programme.
The Law Society has warned that government proposals to curtail the timeline for appeals by people in immigration detention could lead to injustices.
The Law Society has responded to a TPC consultation on proposals to resurrect the fast track appeals system in respect of immigration detainees.
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.
Cuts to legal aid for immigration issues mean members of the Windrush generation may be denied justice as they try to settle their status and rebuild their lives, the Law Society of England and Wales warned today.
UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) faces possibly the largest single influx of applications in its history as EU nationals seek to settle their status - but the system is already problematic.
I was inspired to study law by the legal aid solicitor who helped me with my asylum case. My solicitor was really good, but I could see that many other asylum seekers were suffering badly without any proper representation.
Implementing good practice and effective case management in the conduct of an immigration appeal is crucial to achieving the best outcome for your client.
I'm detained, but I'm not a criminal. I'm detained and no one can tell me when I'll be released. How do you respond to hearing such truths? This is the truth that many solicitors hear every day.
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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