Immigration Law

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What's new in Immigration Law

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The following features and improvements were added in July 2018 

  • Expansion of Brexit content - two additional PNs covering citizens' rights under the draft Withdrawal Agreement
  • A new schedule of absences calculator - this calculates absences from the UK for the purposes of indefinite leave to remain applications, in line with changes brought into effect under Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules HC 309 from 11 January 2018
  • New content to cover the Windrush scheme - New PN added following implementation of this scheme by the government in May 2018
  • New content to cover the EU settlement scheme - New PN outlining this scheme following the publication of a Statement of Intent in July 2018
  • New content on Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) - this will be one or more PN to provide an overview of this category (filling a content gap)
  • New content on detention and immigration bail - this takes in the new Immigration Act 2016 bail regime which came into effect from 15 January 2018
  • Ongoing alerts/analysis/updating of module to take into account Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules HC 1154, Home Office guidance and new case law