Are Your EU Employees Ready for Brexit?

The United Kingdom officially left the European Union on January 31, 2020. The prospect of the UK leaving the EU brings forward a number of concerns for employers and employees alike. As a result of Brexit, there are certain new rules that British employers of EU citizens must be aware of. According to the new […]

Financial Settlement in a Divorce

When you take vows of matrimony, the thought of divorce is an alien. But for some couples, such a time comes when ending the relationship seems more reasonable than continuing it. In such times, there are certain decisions to be made. For example, the custody of children or pets that the thought of finances slips […]

How can legal help save domestic violence victims?

Domestic violence refers to a pattern of physically, emotionally, or economically abusive behaviour utilized for controlling whom with the abuser has a family or intimate relationship. By any chance, if you are a victim of domestic violence, then this blog will certainly help you. We want you to remember one thing that you are a […]

S.J – Success Story of Visitor Visa Refusal

The client was a national and resident of Thailand married to a British national, with whom she shared a four-month-old daughter. Although the daughter’s Standard Visitor Visa had been granted, the client’s Visitor Visa was refused. The client approached Osbourne Pinner for advice after the refusal. The most crucial requirement that the client had to […]

U. O. – Success Story of Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) by Judicial Review

Our client, a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Migrant, approached us when his application for further leave to remain in the UK was refused with no right of appeal. The Applicant entered the United Kingdom as a Tier 4 (General) Student Migrant and was granted Leave to Remain in the UK as a Tier 1 (Highly Skilled […]

J.T – Success Story of Permanent Residence & British Citizenship

Our client approached Osbourne Pinner for advice concerning an application for naturalisation as a British Citizen. The client was a Swedish national who had been residing in the UK for over 12 years. Upon her arrival in the UK, the client enrolled in university studies. Our client commenced her self-employment immediately after completing her studies. […]

N.O.J – Success Story of Settlement Application

The client was granted leave to remain in the UK under the five years partner route to settlement. Following this, she submitted her on-line application for Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK. The application was made at a time when our client had extant and valid leave to remain in the UK as a […]

Successful Story of Tier 4 (General)

We were instructed by the client to act on his behalf in relation to his admission as a student in an LLM [Law Conversion] course of studies and issuance of a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS), as well as submitting a Tier 4 (General) Student application. The client had received a letter of acceptance […]

New Point Based System

The Immigration rules changed 5 October 2020, bringing the ‘new points-based system’ Student route into force. This may affect: Non-European students who are currently in the process of preparing for a student visa application (including applying with dependants) to study a course in the UK; Students who currently hold a Tier 4 student visa and […]

1st December 2020 – Eligibility Criteria for Tech Nation Visa (Global Talent Visa)

    On the 1st December 2020 the Eligibility Criteria for Tech Nation Visa will change. Please note that the following substantial changes that may affect your eligibility will be in force as of 01 December 2020. Applicants who have already submitted their Application for Endorsement form and paid the associated Stage 1 fee on […]