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  • I would like to thank you for your fantastic and kind work in overturning the decision on Mr Muhammed’s visa. We thought this wouldn’t be possible; we are quite astonished and very happy.

    Charlie Walker-Arnott, The Islamic Manuscript Association

  • The services you provided were excellent and we would recommend this highly to anyone who has a need to deal with UK Border Agency on immigrant workers issues.

    Dejan Stojanovich, Senior Project Manager, Obelisk Energy Group

  • “I found the whole team professional, knowledgeable and empathetic. I felt that my appeal case could not have been better prepared, in fact I do believable the team had planned for every potential argument.”

    Kara Eigl

  • “They took time to understand my circumstances and guide me through the process. Whoever picked up the phone seemed to be familiar with my case and be able to help me – it’s a tribute to the communications within the team.”

    Simon Lancaster

  • “Getting through the hurdle of the sponsorship licence system would have been impossible without you.  We highly recommend you to any prospective employer!”

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  • “The Kadmos team goes above and beyond for their clients, which was quite comforting when the Home Office pressure started making me frazzled. We were extremely well represented, and it showed.”

    Nicole Cobble

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Immigration News

Application processing centres will start reopening from 1 June 2020

The Home Office has announced that UK Visa and Citizenship Application Centres will partly re-open in June 2020. Applicants for leave to remain or British citizenship who have submitted their applications but were unable to book or attend a biometric appointment, will be contacted by their nearest centre and offered an appointment. Under normal circumstances, the biometric appointment has to be attended within three weeks of submitting the application. We do not expect that there will be pressure to attend a newly available appointment on anyone who is in high risk group or is feeling unwell, or is in self-isolation.… Read More

Emergency Visa extensions will be granted to 31 July 2020

The government has issued a Press Release finally confirming that further visa extensions will be granted to 31 July 2020 to everyone whose visa expires before this date if they are unable to leave the country safely due to the COVID pandemic. This is relevant both to visitors to the UK and those who have held a longer term visa for work or studies. You still need to update the Home Office by completing a form on this page.… Read More

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Immigration Success Stories

Spouse visa extension wrestled out of the Home Office

Some immigration decisions are unfairer than others, and this was a rather extreme, though not unusual example of manifest indifference to natural justice. The client initially applied for extension of her spouse visa herself, without help from immigration solicitors, confident that she easily met the requirements of the immigration rules and her case was not complicated. Unfortunately, she failed to provide a full set of bank statements because she had changed her bank and was unable to access her old bank account.… Read More

Kadmos wins a Human Rights immigration appeal for a visitor from Syria

We are delighted to have finally won this appeal after more than two years of fierce fighting in immigration tribunals. Our client’s barrister in the Upper tribunal was Sonali Naik of Garden Court Chambers whose expertise, commitment and painstaking preparation was vital for the success of this case. The appellant was a Syrian national, currently resident in Egypt, who wished to visit her daughter’s family in the UK and who was denied a visitor’s visa due to political situation in Egypt and the war conflict in Syria.… Read More

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Immigration Blog

Visit our blog for discussion of the current developments in the UK Immigration policy and law

EU Nationals may need PR documents to apply for citizenship
May 22, 2020
EU nationals may need their PR documents for naturalisation applications

Over the last year, many EU citizens and their family members chose not to apply for a document certifying permanent residence and instead applied for settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme. Immigration specialists have always had concerns about it - the generosity of the EUSS left a good number of holes which could be filled differently depending on the political mood of the time and the type of Brexit in the air.

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EU Settlement Scheme extended to Northern Ireland
May 20, 2020
Partners of “people from Northern Ireland” – a new immigration category

From 24 August, people from Northern Ireland may no longer need a partner visa to the UK for their loved ones. Appendix EU will incorporate a new concept and bingo!

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Post-study work options for international students
March 11, 2020
Post-Study Work Options for International Students in 2020

While the Immigration Rules are expected to change and offer more opportunities for post-study work, this year’s graduates have to navigate the few options available under the current immigration system. We are looking at the categories open to international students, from Tier 2 General, to temporary work under Tier 5, start-up and innovator and global talent options.

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Indefinite leave to remain
February 9, 2020
Settled status vs permanent residence, indefinite leave to remain and settlement visa

Settled status is not identical to indefinite leave to remain. And it does not replace your permanent residence document if you are planning to naturalise. Do not confuse an application for settled status with a settlement visa! And do not assume that a settlement visa will make you settled at once. Oh, immigration terminology, are you part of the hostile environment?

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