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Visa-Free Travel Between the EU and 7 New Countries

June 4, 2015

On 28th May 2015, the EU signed short-stay visa waiver agreements with St Lucia, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, St Vincent and the Grenadines, the Republic of Vanuatu, the independent State of Samoa and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.…

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Ebola: How the Virus has Affected International Travel

November 5, 2014

The Ebola virus has caused a tremendous worldwide shake up. The rigorous measures being implemented by several nations may not only inhibit the development of any medical treatment, but these restrictive moves may also affect the import and export industries....

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Moving to the Emerald Isle? Our advice for a successful relocation to Northern Ireland

August 20, 2012

The Law Centre (NI) and the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission recently updated their comprehensive guide; “Your rights in Northern Ireland--A guide for migrant workers,” which is available in a number of languages. We found this an interesting read, having...

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January 31, 2012

Last week in Strasbourg the United Kingdom's Prime Minister, David Cameron, delivered an important speech in which he called for reform of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR). The UK currently holds the six-month presidency of the Council of...

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The UK, The EU and Your Settlement Rights

January 25, 2012

We handle a large number of Indefinite Leave to Remain, or settlement, applications for clients who have spent 5 years legally in the United Kingdom and want to live and work here with no restrictions. A grant of ILR means...

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How EU Law can help Turkish Nationals seeking Employment in the UK

January 12, 2012

Turkey is not a member of the European Union and consequently its nationals do not enjoy the same right to work in the United Kingdom as migrants from countries within the EEA. However, in 1963 Turkey and the Member States…

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How is the Migration Cap affecting your Business?

January 4, 2012

We'd like to welcome our readers back to our first blog of the year! We hope that you all enjoyed the festive season and are having a great start to 2012. Last year saw great upheavals as the Government made...

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The UK and the European Union where next?

December 12, 2011

In recent weeks the media has been dominated by reports of the unfolding Eurozone crisis, which has seen the British Foreign Secretary William Hague proclaim 'I described the euro as a burning building with no exits and so it has...

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Do you know what ‘Statelessness’ means?

December 9, 2011

This week, we came across an extremely interesting report on a subject that is unheard of by many of us in the UK. Asylum Aid and the UN Refugee Agency published a joint research report: ‘Mapping Statelessness in the United...

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