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  1. Классика недели: продление "супружеской визы" по категории Appendix FM Partner, заявление FLR(M).
  2. Пожалуйста. Я был рад помочь Вам.
  3. Постоянно сталкиваюсь с этой ситуацией. Нужен диалог. Могу проконсультировать здесь: https://legalcentre.org/Konsultacija-s-Advokatom.html
  4. Иногда приходится помогать (бывшим) клиентам уже даже после того, как было получено британское гражданство.
  5. Вот как выглядит общее уведомление из Home Office о том, что заявление клиента рассмотрено. В данном случае это продление супружеской визы. Клиент с Украины. Заявление FLR(M).
  6. Приветствую, (Appendix FM - SET(M)) 1. Life in the UK беcсрочный 2. С небольшим запасом (чуть больше минимума для перестраховки): £35 000 (1 заявитель) + соблюсти все требования по Appendix FM к сбережениям.
  7. Сегодня. Решение о положительном рассмотрении и продлении супружеский визы клиента с Украины. Подавали во время пика второго lockdown. Делюсь статистикой.
  8. 12 April 2021 – Just useful and interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre – Open 7 days a week - www.legalcentre.org - +44(0)3300010342, +44(0)7791145923 (WhatsApp/Viber) >>> ATAS requirement - Skilled Worker route Some applicants applying for entry clearance or permission to stay from 21 May 2021 will need to obtain an Academic Approval Technology Scheme (ATAS) certificate from the Counter-Proliferation and Arms Control Centre of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office before they make their application. This is known as the ‘ATAS requirement’. The ATAS requirement applies where the worker is not an exempt national and will be working in a job in a relevant occupation code which includes an element of research at PhD level or above in certain sensitive subject areas whose knowledge could be used in programmes to develop Advanced Conventional Military Technology (ACMT), weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) or their means of delivery. >>> Sponsor licence inspection visits back on UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) has confirmed that with lockdown easing, it is resuming sponsor licence compliance visits. Initial visits will be focused on organisations that have a pending sponsor licence application. >>> Late applications to the EU Settlement Scheme From 1 July 2021, EU, EEA and Swiss citizens living in the UK without having applied for pre-settled or settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme will be here unlawfully. The Home Secretary confirmed a few months ago that people can apply after that deadline, but they must have “reasonable grounds to apply late”. Clarity on what grounds might be considered reasonable was lacking until 1 April 2021, when the Home Office released guidance on how it will deal with late applications: pages 26 to page 44 of the main caseworker guidance. Since the Home Office also requires those with pre-settled status to make a further application in order to upgrade to settled status, this guidance also applies to those who fail to upgrade before their pre-settled status expires. It also applies to family members joining an EU citizen sponsor via the family permit route, and to a few other scenarios. That said, there is still time to apply for a Pre-Settled, Settled status AND change (non-EEA migrants) an "old style" Biometric Residence Card (BRC). Talk to us, the Legal Centre, as we can help you: https://legalcentre.org/Initial-Consultation.html
  9. Виза чтобы остаться в UK для помощи родственнику ? Есть такая возможность. Итак: >>> Leave outside the Rules – three-month concession for carers: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/chapter-17-section-2-carers This is a little-known provision designed to allow applicants to be granted a short grant of leave to remain (ordinarily, three months) to provide urgent care to a settled or British relative and, most importantly, to make arrangements for their long-term care. The guidance says that the following points are relevant to applications on this basis: - the type of illness/condition (this should be supported by a Consultant’s letter); and - the type of care required; and - care which is available (e.g. from the Social Services or other relatives/friends); and - the long-term prognosis. The guidance also states that although applications for leave in order to care for a sick or disabled friend should normally be refused, “in an emergency (e.g. where the patient has suddenly fallen ill and there is insufficient time to arrange permanent care or where there is nobody else in the United Kingdom to whom the patient can turn) it may be appropriate to grant leave”. An applicant’s prospects of success depend largely on the severity of their relative’s condition, the urgency of their care needs and the quality of the supporting evidence. A grant of leave is more likely, for example, in cases where the relative is terminally ill and requires help with everyday tasks than in cases where the illness is less severe and the care required is emotional support rather than practical assistance. Contrary to the guidance, which is out of date, a refusal of this application only carries a right of appeal if the First-tier Tribunal accepts jurisdiction to hear the appeal. That is only possible where it is satisfied that there has been a refusal of a human rights application, so it may be helpful to raise Article 8 (and Article 3, where relevant) grounds in the application. Although this is not stated by the guidance, the appropriate form in this case would be FLR(HRO), if making the application in the UK. If making the application outside the UK, the relevant form is the visit visa form.
  10. From the UK BA conference on 07-04-2021: - The Home Office Coronovirus Concession for the in-country switching from Visitor Visas is now only available for the family immigration routes (UK Spouse Visa etc)
  11. 08 April 2021 – Just useful and interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre – Open 7 days a week - www.legalcentre.org - +44(0)3300010342, +44(0)7791145923 (WhatsApp/Viber) >>> Home Office update - The Home Office is considering implementing the ETA - Electronic Travel Authorization. Anyone wishing to travel to the UK will have to complere a form before travelling into the UK - The Super Premium 24-hour service has been re-introuduced for the Family type immigrtation applications in-country (SETM/FLRM etc) - The Home Office Coronovirus Concession for the in-country switching from Visitor Visas is now only available for the family immigration routes (UK Spouse Visa etc) >>> Leave outside the Rules – three-month concession for carers: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/chapter-17-section-2-carers This is a little-known provision designed to allow applicants to be granted a short grant of leave to remain (ordinarily, three months) to provide urgent care to a settled or British relative and, most importantly, to make arrangements for their long-term care. The guidance says that the following points are relevant to applications on this basis: - the type of illness/condition (this should be supported by a Consultant’s letter); and - the type of care required; and - care which is available (e.g. from the Social Services or other relatives/friends); and - the long-term prognosis. The guidance also states that although applications for leave in order to care for a sick or disabled friend should normally be refused, “in an emergency (e.g. where the patient has suddenly fallen ill and there is insufficient time to arrange permanent care or where there is nobody else in the United Kingdom to whom the patient can turn) it may be appropriate to grant leave”. An applicant’s prospects of success depend largely on the severity of their relative’s condition, the urgency of their care needs and the quality of the supporting evidence. A grant of leave is more likely, for example, in cases where the relative is terminally ill and requires help with everyday tasks than in cases where the illness is less severe and the care required is emotional support rather than practical assistance. Contrary to the guidance, which is out of date, a refusal of this application only carries a right of appeal if the First-tier Tribunal accepts jurisdiction to hear the appeal. That is only possible where it is satisfied that there has been a refusal of a human rights application, so it may be helpful to raise Article 8 (and Article 3, where relevant) grounds in the application. Although this is not stated by the guidance, the appropriate form in this case would be FLR(HRO), if making the application in the UK. If making the application outside the UK, the relevant form is the visit visa form. >>> Transfering refugee status - interim notice: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/transfering-refugee-status-interim-notice-process Interim asylum policy guidance used by UK Visas and Immigration to make decisions on applications to transfer a refugee status. >>> Should a migrant update his visa or inform the home office if he starts working at another branch but for the same employer? The asnwer is "Yes": -> Employer’s duty under C1.12 to report "The location they are employed at changes – this includes where a worker is working at a different client’s site or a sports player moves to another sports club on loan"
  12. Сегодня. Заявление клиентки, Китай, ПМЖ (ILR) по категории Tier2 (General). Рассмотрели за 1 день через Super Premium 24-hour Service.
  13. 07 April 2021 – Just useful and interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre – Open 7 days a week - www.legalcentre.org - +44(0)3300010342, +44(0)7791145923 (WhatsApp/Viber) >>> Home Office Exceptional Assurance - concession extended UKVI have extended the Exceptional Assurance concession so that those individuals who have a visa, or leave, that expires by 30 June 2021, and who intend to leave the UK but have not been able to do so, can request additional time to stay. Applying for a visa if your VAC is closed - concession extended The concession allowing customers outside of the UK, whose local visa application centre (VAC) is closed due to coronavirus restrictions, to apply online and select a VAC in another country worldwide to submit their application and biometrics, has been extended to 30 June 2021. Customers must continue to select the country where they intend to to submit biometrics at the start of their application. Message from the Sales Manager at Sopra Steria "We’ve made a couple of amendments to the business to business offering which I wanted to make you aware of. We are now catering for up to 8 applicants for the half day pop-up and the price would be £2450. As you’re aware pop-ups are a fairly new offering, and we’ve had to go through health and safety. Due to social distancing we’ve made the decision to reduce the numbers slightly so we can stay within government guidelines."
  14. 07 April 2021 – Just useful and interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre – Open 7 days a week - www.legalcentre.org - +44(0)3300010342, +44(0)7791145923 (WhatsApp/Viber) >>> From the UK BA: ⦁ Hoping that end of March super priority visa will be available again for marriage settlement applications ⦁ Visit visa demand is considerably depressed and we expect that to remain the case. ⦁ Exceptional assurance is being extended to leave expiring 31 March 2021, we are currently reviewing what we do after that but it is likely to be done on a month by month basis. ⦁ Production of BRPs where numbers had built up accelerated in late summer and not surprisingly a lot of people had moved addresses in the many months their applications had been outstanding, so UKVI then received a surge of emails to our failed deliveries box and they are still catching up with those and are aware that response times may be a bit slow. A recovery plan is in place, staff have been moved and UKVI has also taken on agency staff to help. ⦁ Error corrections have been deprioritised and card collections are the priority, particularly where the error is with duration and does not cause an immediate problem for the customer. These will still be dealt with as quickly as possible. ⦁ In order to deal with the issue of undelivered cards, UKVI has changed processes and now when the BRP is produced an email is sent out with the BRP reference number and that allows them to prove their right to rent and work etc. So if the card does go elsewhere the customer can use their status in the meantime. ⦁ The email also acts as a reminder that they will need to contact TNT to change their address. We have given TNT broad discretion so that if someone calls TNT and gives the BRP number from the email then they should accept that is the customer and deliver the card to the new address provided. Indefinite leave to remain UKVI policy are looking at our request to update the long residence guidance so that absences that arose due to the pandemic are waived. UKVI advised that they believed that 5b had been actioned. Applicants unable to attend VACs to have their biometrics taken UKVI is acutely aware of the issue and are considering whether they need to use th IDV app in more routes again. Working after a CoS has been issued Currently not permitted as the Home Office advises that the applicants can use the 24-hour Super Priority Service to get a decision and so start working.
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