Tag Archives: immigration law

Upper Tribunal Decision Made in TOEIC English Language Test Scam

The Upper Tribunal has ruled that the deportation of over 48,000 students was unlawful, meaning they are now eligible to re-enter the UK and may even be entitled to compensation due to the losses suffered. There is now increasing pressure from … Continue reading

The Immigration Bill 2015-16

The Immigration Bill 2015-16 was laid before Parliament this week and contains a number of proposed changes to the current remit of the Immigration Act, in particular it seeks to expand the powers of officials in more ways than expected. … Continue reading

Rule 34BB Added To The Immigration Rules From 6th Of April 2015

A change has been made to the Immigration Rules which may affect those applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain. The addition of a new Rule – Rule 34BB – states that applicants applying to remain in the UK will now … Continue reading

Level 2 Caseworker Vacancy – Manchester / Sheffield – immediate start

Level LAA Accredited 2 Caseworkers – Manchester and Sheffield IAS is looking for experienced LAA accredited caseworkers for immediate start at its Manchester and Sheffield offices. This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the fastest growing, innovative and … Continue reading

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