Applying in the UK

Applying in the UK guidance:

There are a number of Immigration Rules relating to the validity of an application for leave to remain. These are set out in the Immigration Rules, Part 1, para 34. If an...

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What is a Biometric Immigration Document? A Biometric Immigration Document (BID) is a ‘document’ that contains the holder’s biometric and biographical information,...

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Biometric immigration documents (BIDs) have been progressively introduced since 2008 as a secure and easily verified proof of leave to enter or remain in the UK. BIDs are...

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This Practice Note is a compilation of links to useful information, news and news analysis in relation to the immigration implications of the coronavirus (COVID-19)...

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This Practice Note outlines the evolution and scope of evidential flexibility policies in the consideration of UK immigration applications. It also covers how evidential...

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A person with leave to enter or remain in the UK, who wishes and is permitted to apply to stay beyond the date their current leave expires, or who wishes to change...

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This Practice Note explains and gives examples of the different immigration stamps and vignettes (stickers) endorsed in non-EEA nationals’ passports and common problems...

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): This Practice Note contains guidance on subjects potentially impacted by the government’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. For...

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The Home Office has a policy of retaining valuable original documents where an in-country application has been refused or has been deemed to be invalid in circumstances...

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This Practice Note explains what happens to a person’s leave to enter or remain in the UK when they: • travel outside the UK, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and...

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