Now that the Law Commission’s report has been published, we look at the proposed changes to the Immigration Rules and how they reflect our views.
We've responded to the Law Commission's consultation on the simplification of the UK Immigration Rules.
We responded to the Migration Advisory Committee’s Call for Evidence: Threshold and points-based system commission.
We've published guidance for the profession on what to do if you encounter a victim of modern slavery.
Our Immigration Law Committee talks to Leila Zadeh and Harun Tulunay about asylum for LGBTQI+ people.
With climate change, terrorism and rising international unrest, the world is in the midst of one of the greatest refugee crises ever.
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.
Harun Tulunay talks to Chris Seel about experiencing homophobia in Turkey to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
Anne Morris explains that a day in the life of an immigration solicitor has changed since the June 2016 referendum result.
Tim Barnden gives an overview of LGBT+ immigration rights and the specific challenges for LGBT+ individuals moving around the world.
The rule of law depends on an immigration system that is fair and fit for purpose, the Law Society of England and Wales said.