Tier 1 – Business and Investment Visa

For those looking to come to the UK to start a business, there are various options which may be available:

Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Visa:

Who can apply for a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Visa?

You can apply for this type of visa if you wish to set up, join or take over an existing business in the UK.

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Visa For Main Carer Of British Child -Zambrano: EU children outside EU

MA and SM (Zambrano: EU children outside EU) Iran [2013] UKUT 00380 (IAC)

In what I would term as a legal goldmine for parents/couples with British/EU children stuck abroad due to the very strict Immigration rules the Upper Tribunal recently delivered a ruling that has extended the Principle in Zambrano to people with British/EU children abroad. If you are a couple with a EU/British child and one is stuck abroad or you are both stuck abroad with no chance of coming back with your children under the recently changed rules then listen closely! Continue Reading →

EU Family Route: What is Surinder Singh route?

Those of you that have kept up-to-date with the recent immigration news or are  in the process of trying to bring their foreign Non-EU Spouse into the UK , would have possibly heard of the so called EU Family Route or ‘Surinder Singh’ route. This is a route that is becoming an increasingly popular (or necessary) option for Britons who seek to reunite with their spouse having fallen foul of the current immigration rules.

Why EU Route?

In case you haven’t been in the loop on what is happening; say you are a British national and have just gotten engaged to a non-EEA national. Well… congratulations first of all, and second,  I hope you have a very good job, as you will need one. Continue Reading →