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2nd June 2021

How is the overhaul of immigration going?

Priti Patel has claimed that the new, firmer stance on immigration has been based on ‘public opinion’ rather than based on ‘economics and culture’. The government ended the free movement of people from the EU and introduced a new points-based system. Therefore, prioritising skill and talent. Further, they have announced a new model for refugees…
19th May 2021

What is a Child Arrangement Order?

The family department discusses what a child arrangement order is and the importance of seeking advice. A Child arrangements order sets out contact with a minor. These usually include where they live and frequency that they see each parent until they are 18 years old. These are usually used when parents are unable to agree…
12th April 2021

Do my investments qualify for an Investor Visa?

You must have a minimum of £2 million available to you to invest freely in the UK. The funds must be in qualifying investments, which include: Share or loan capital in a trading UK business registered at Companies House. However, the company cannot principally be engaged in property investment, management or development;Pooled investment vehicles. Those…
29th March 2021

Divorce “blame game” to end – No-fault divorce to start in autumn 2021

Fahmida Ahmed discusses the changes in law surrounding divorce. The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 amends the existing laws relating to divorce. It allows applications for to claim "no-fault" in England and Wales. Divorcing couples no longer have to blame one another for the breakdown of their marriage. The Act seeks to reduce family conflict.…
8th March 2021

GOOD NEWS FOR STUDENTS

The UK government has recently confirmed that the ‘Graduate Route’ for all the International students will open for the applications on 1st July 2021. This route for further 2 years work visa will be available to all the students, who have completed their Degree or Master’s. The PHD students will be given 3 years visa.…
27th January 2021

Making a Will is one of the most important things you can do…

The global pandemic has led to people realising that they need to write or update their Will. However, a report, by IRN Research, outlined that the surge in Will drafting was mainly due to giving them ‘peace of mind’ rather than ‘Covid-19’. With the highest death toll in the world per million people, Wills have…
11th January 2021

Farani Taylor now has presence in Nottingham

We have partnered with Mohammed Nasrullah Khalid to provide access to our services across the Midlands. His expertise and contacts help us to engage with more clients and help with their legal issues. Communities across the country should have access to quality legal services. By widening our reach, we are able to help more people.…
23rd December 2020

Is your business hiring a new worker from Europe next year?

Is your business hiring a new worker from Europe next year? Businesses that rely on skilled foreign workers are unprepared for Brexit. New rules come into force on 1st January 2021. Companies must comply with the immigration system should they wish to continue to utilize European skilled workforce. The current Home Office statistics indicate that…
7th October 2020

What next for government’s flagship immigration bill?

The government suffered a defeat in the House of Lords over the post Brexit immigration bill. The Lords favoured an amendment tabled designed to protect family reunions. The amendment was tabled by a number of peers aims to ensure that rules regarding family reunions of families continue after the transition period. Under the current Dublin…
1st October 2020

Using Trusts in your Will

Many people use trusts in their Wills so that they can ensure that their interests are met. What is a Trust? A Trust is a legal arrangement where assets are transferred to trustees for the benefit of the beneficiaries. The trustee takes legal ownership of the property. Whereas the beneficiary is the person that is…