- Immigration Act 2016—fees and immigration skills charge
- What are the key provisions relating to fees and the immigration skills charge and, if relevant, how do they build upon the Immigration Act 2014 or other recent changes?
- If relevant, how much will be left to secondary legislation?
- When will the changes take effect?
- Are any of these changes welcome?
- What are the main concerns?
- What are the implications for clients?
- What should immigration advisers be doing to prepare for the changes?
- What predictions are likely for the future?
Immigration analysis: What will the Immigration Act 2016 (IA 2016) mean in practice? Robert Sparks, partner and head of the immigration law department at Fisher Meredith, considers the key provisions relating to the immigration skills charge and civil registration and new passport fees.
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