Tag Archives: Immigration solicitors

UK Work Visa Solicitors & Lawyers | Work Visa Legal Advice

  What Are Work Visas and Permits? For many foreign nationals, obtaining a work visa is the first step towards employment in the UK. These permits are crucial because they not only allow individuals to work legally but also ensure that they contribute to the economy in a regulated and beneficial manner. In most scenarios, […]

Major Changes to the ILR 10 year Long Residency Rules | ILR Rules

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Understanding the New ILR 10-Year Long Residency Rules and Requirements The Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) via the 10-Year Long Residence route has been a key route for individuals who have lived in the UK continuously for 10 years. As of April 11, 2024, significant changes were implemented through the introduction of a new Appendix […]

How to Apply for British Citizenship by Double Descent In 2024

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How to Apply for British Citizenship by Double Descent When applying for British citizenship individuals may find themselves with a difficult choice to make between which route applies to their unique case, as each British citizenship route has its unique requirements and legal criteria. British citizenship is usually obtained via one of two routes: by […]

UK Spouse Visa Application Process & Requirements Guide 2024

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UK Spouse Visa Application Process 2024 The UK Spouse Visa is a key immigration route for partners of British citizens and those settled in the UK. As we approach April 2024, applicants must prepare for the significant changes in the minimum income requirement for spouse visas.  The new minimum salary threshold of £29,000 set to […]

Common Visa Application Mistakes to Avoid In 2024

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Common Visa Application Mistakes to Avoid In the UK  Applying for a UK visa can be a daunting process filled with complex requirements and precise documentation needs. Ensuring the accuracy of your visa application is crucial for a successful outcome. Our team of specialist immigration solicitors at Primus Solicitors can guide you through this intricate process, […]

UK Skilled Worker Visa 2024 | Primus Solicitors

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UK Skilled Worker Visa Solicitors Key Takeaways Summary Skilled Worker Visa Required for non-EEA nationals and post-Brexit EU citizens. Employer Sponsorship Necessary for hiring international skilled workers. Certificate of Sponsorship Essential proof of genuine job offer. Salary Threshold Minimum salary requirements vary by occupation. Additional Requirements Financial proof, criminal record checks, RLMT under some circumstances. […]

UK Spouse Visa Refusals Explained | 2024 Immigration Advice

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Introduction The UK government’s decision to increase the minimum income requirement for a Spouse Visa to £29,000, with plans for further increase it’s rates to £34,500 and eventually £38,700, has introduced new challenges for spouses aiming to live together in the UK. This change, effective from the 11th of April 2024, is expected to affect […]

Do You Need an Immigration Solicitor? | 2024 Legal Advice

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Introduction Understanding immigration law can be a difficult task to tackle alone. As immigration solicitors, we understand the intricate details and the significant impact that immigration experts can have on individuals or families seeking to immigration into the UK. In this article we aims to break down the role of immigration solicitors and highlight their […]

Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) Solicitors | A Complete Guide to ILR 2024

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Below are some of the routes to obtaining ILR, each tailored to different individual circumstances: Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) is a type of immigration status in the United Kingdom (UK) granted to individuals who do not hold the right of abode. It allows them to live, work, and study in the UK without any […]

Immigration | UK 2023-24

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For several reasons, the United Kingdom needs immigrants: Immigration contributes to economic growth. They are taxpayers as well as consumers whose spending propels economic expansion. Immigration contributes to lessening the demographic issues facing the UK. The population of the United Kingdom is aging, and immigrants provide a younger, working-age population to counteract this. Immigrants provide […]