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26th May 2022

Rwanda Deportation Plan Will Not Work

Migrants crossing the channel in small boats is a real problem and risk to human life, which so far, the UK Government has struggled to tackle. Their newly announced migration deal with Rwanda is yet another example where ministers have tried hastily to push through a policy which civil servants have clearly mandated to be…
Farhan Farani | Managing Director | Farani Taylor Solicitors
6th April 2022

How Will No Fault Divorce Impact London’s Reputation As The Divorce Capital?

Lawyers navigating the English legal system on behalf of clients going through a divorce will be familiar with the idea that legal change in this area can move at a snail’s pace, with societal and cultural change often steaming ahead and the law struggling to keep up. However, one change which has been long-campaigned for…
Adeeb Chowdhry | Director | Farani Taylor Solcitors
1st April 2022

The End of Sole Rep Visa

We are only in March, but the Home Office has already made radical changes to the Immigration Rules. The Tier 1 Investor Visa closed without prior notice at 4pm on 17 February 2022. The route started in 2008 was a popular option for High-Net-worth individuals looking to invest in the UK in return for Settlement/British…
1st September 2021

Operation Warm Welcome

Dost Malik discusses the new resettlement scheme announced. He is an immigration practitioner specialising in Asylum and Immigration Law. New Asylum Policy for Afghan Nationals Today, the Government announced some “Good News for Afghans". The new scheme named ‘Operation Warm Welcome’ focuses on the resettlement of Afghans in the UK. It is likely to be a great support to…

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