The government’s New Plan for Immigration aims to help unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, by directing all local authorities with children’s services to provide care placements for them. It will make the National Transfer Scheme for such children mandatory for local authorities with children’s services. Until recently, many councils did not accept the transfer of children, resulting
Indefinite Leave to Remain for Partners subjected to Domestic Abuse
Partners who entered the UK as Spouses, Civil Partners, Unmarried Partners, Persons with Refugee Leave and Persons with leave under EU Settlement Scheme may be eligible to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) if they have been the subject of domestic abuse and their relationships have broken down as a result.
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Evidence confirming they have been the subject of domestic abuse will need to be provided and they will need to satisfy the other requirements set out under the Immigration Rules.
If you believe you may be eligible to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain because you have been the subject of domestic abuse, please contact our Immigration Department who are able to advise and represent you with your application.
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International Students must successfully apply for a Student visa before they can commence their studies in the UK. Read our helpful factsheet on what’s required.
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