Immigration Law

As the rules and policy on UK immigration grow more and more complex, it’s getting harder and harder to stay up to speed on the latest changes (especially when one source seems to contradict another).

LexisPSL Immigration gives you an authoritative and current view in a few minutes, with direct links to the relevant Immigration Rules, Home Office guidance, legislation and case law to back it up.

Our clear, concise practice notes summarise the key points, flag up any conflicts and highlight practical tips and common pitfalls. And they’re written in business-like language, which you can easily share with your clients. Our news and cases teams keep you on top of latest developments. Plus, our immigration category-specific suites of questionnaires, document checklists and template letters make it easy for you to draft the client materials you need, in less time.

So you can spend less time drafting and researching– and be confident you’re giving your clients the most accurate, current advice.

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The options depend on whether your client has set up in a business in the UK already.My client has not established their business in the UK yet. Can...
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Produced in partnership with Rose Carey of Speechly Bircham 12th Feb
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For the purposes of this Q&A, a ‘dependent’ is a dependent child under the age of 18.If an applicant wishes to apply for leave to remain in a...
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12th Feb
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The usual route for parents applying to join their children in the UK is contained within Appendix FM to the Immigration Rules (IR). The relevant rule...
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Produced in partnership with Nick Nason of Edgewater Legal 12th Feb
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It is assumed that this Q&A relates to travel outside of UK, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands or Isle of Man.In order to request the return of a...
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Produced in partnership with Jocelyn Howorth of Immigration Joss 12th Feb
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We have assumed that the applicant does not intend to rely on the Home Office’s coronavirus (COVID-19) switching concession. For further information,...
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5th Feb
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Entry clearance as the Sole Representative of an Overseas Business is normally granted for an initial period of up to three years. In order to...
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Produced in partnership with Nicholas Nason of Edgewater Legal 2nd Feb
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As part of the government's plans to bring all government services and information into one place, the UKBA website was decommissioned on 26 February...
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29th Jan
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28th Jan
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Such an individual will have the right to rent. They are a person with a time limited right to rent, so need to evidence this appropriately....
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27th Jan
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Practice Note: Partners of Points-Based System and Appendix W migrants sets out the conditions which will be imposed on dependants of points-based...
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Produced in partnership with Nick Nason of Edgewater Legal 8th Jan
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Immigration Rules, Part 8, para 319C sets out the requirements for partners of Tier 2 (General) migrants when applying for leave to remain. These...
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Produced in partnership with Nick Nason of Edgewater Legal 8th Jan

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