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Последние Новости от LS Legal Solicitors

Эта страница посвящена последним новостям, обновлениям и мнениям от юристов LS Legal Solicitors, и также включает в себя блог и обсуждения. Нам интересно Ваше мнение о разных правовых спорах и мы приветствуем Ваше участие в дискуссиях.

Новые типы виз для предпринимателей в Великобритании

Friday 3rd May 2019

Согласно последним изменениям в Иммиграционных Правилах Великобритании, визы Tier 1 прекратили свое существование 29 марта 2019 г. и были заменены на новые: виза Инноватора…

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Что для Вас значит Бюджет 2018?

Wednesday 19th December 2018

Изменения в Налоге на Прибыль Новый Бюджет, в значительной степени, положительная новость для налогоплательщиков. Было принято, что высокая ставка подоходного налога, при превышении которой Ваш доход облагается налогом на уровне 40%, возрастет с 46 350 до 50 000 фунтов стерлингов в апреле. Персональный необлагаемый минимум,…

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Home Office scraps scheme that used NHS data to track migrants

Monday 19th November 2018

Following the legal action by Migrants' Rights Network the UK Home Office has backed down from secret data-sharing deal. Under the controversial "hostile environment" scheme the Home Office was using NHS data to track down patients believed to be breaching immigration rules. It has been decided that the…

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New Digital Visa Services

Friday 2nd November 2018
Irina Durnova

Earlier this year the Home Office has awarded Sopra Steria a £91m contract to develop a digital visa and immigration service in the UK. The…

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More Unexplained Wealth Orders?

Wednesday 31st October 2018
Irina Durnova

On 31 January 2018 enforcement authorities in England obtained new rights to apply for "unexplained wealth orders" (UWO) which might be subsequently issued by the…

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New Visa and Citizenship Application Services Announced

Tuesday 23rd October 2018

The newly introduced streamlined services has been announced by the Home Office that "will allow customers in the UK to submit all necessary evidence and personal information to support their application quickly and securely through a joined up journey". The new application services will…

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Increase to Immigration Health Surcharge Announced

Wednesday 17th October 2018

From December 2018 the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) may double under plans put before Parliament on 11 October 2018. This is still subject to the Parliamentary approval. Anyone in the UK on a work, study or family…

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New Statements of Changes to the Immigration Rules

Saturday 13th October 2018

On 10 October the new statement of changes to the Immigration Rules has been introduced. The new changes are in line with the…

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Proposals to Overhaul the Tier 2 Visa Published

Saturday 29th September 2018

The Migration Advisory Committee recommended in its report earlier this month, that free movement for EU citizens should end after Brexit. They also recommended that the current Tier 2 Immigration route be expanded to also include medium-skilled workers to the UK. These are welcome news for non-EU citizens…

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Agricultural Worker Visa is Back

Friday 14th September 2018

On 6 September 2018, the Home Office announced that it is launching a seasonal worker pilot scheme. The pilot visa scheme will allow workers from outside the EU to do seasonal farm work in…

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Pilot EU Settlement Scheme

Wednesday 12th September 2018

On 28 August 2018 the private beta phase of EU Settlement Scheme has begun. Only limited number of people are participating in the scheme, including EU nationals and family members of EU nationals who are either studying or working at Liverpool universities or…

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Why I moved to the UK to study

Wednesday 12th September 2018

Visiting different countries is considered to be a worthwhile experience, a great learning process, but studying abroad is known to be life-defining. Little did I realise this at the time I moved to the UK. Nonetheless I should…

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