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November 2015

Immigration Law

Immigration Law Changes 2015 and 2016

By Changes in UK Law, Immigration Law

This year, the government announced a series of changes to UK Immigration Law. The changes were announced on 29th October and most of them will affect applications submitted on or after 19th November 2015, unless of course otherwise stated below. Our team at Arlingsworth have broken down these changes for you to help you understand how the changes could affect you. Changes to EU Applications As of November of this year, the UK government will now class…

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Immigration & Asylum Chamber Decisions from the Upper Tribunal for 2015

By Changes in UK Law, Immigration Law

  Immigration and Asylum Chamber Decisions from the Upper Tribunal for 2015 Recent decisions from the Upper Tribunal of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber addressed wide-ranging issues including Judicial Review procedures, the Secretary of State’s discretionary power to issue Leave to Remain, further guidance on the application of the Surinder Singh principle, and human rights implications of returning Afghan Sikhs and Hindu asylum seekers to Afghanistan. Below are the main arguments and links to the…

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Employment Law Vs. Temporary Christmas Jobs

By Employment Law

  Employment Law Vs. Temporary Christmas Jobs The job market goes into overdrive in the run up to Christmas. With an increased pressure on both the retail and hospitality industries, there are a ream of seasonal jobs available to employees looking for extra work. It may be a great time to earn some extra Christmas money, but remember to be mindful of Employment Law and your employee rights when taking a temporary Christmas position. Arlingsworth…

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Arlingsworth’s Victory Against Starbucks

By Arlingsworth News, Personal Injury

  Arlingsworth’s Victory Against Starbucks Arlingsworth Solicitors are proud to announce that we have won against the corporate giant coffeehouse-chain Starbucks in a personal injury case. The Claimant, an employee at the coffeehouse’s head office, was carrying out her duties when a precariously placed chair fell and crushed her foot. Severely affected for 2 months with limited mobility, sleeping problems, and physical and emotional suffering, the Claimant rightly sought compensation from her employer. Astonishingly, the…

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Immigration and Deportation : Rahil Chaudhari BBC Interview

By Immigration Law

Immigration and Deportation: Rahil Chaudhari BBC Interview Our director Rahil was invited onto BBC South Today this year to discuss the case of 21 year-old Jackie Young, who is facing deportation despite living in the UK for 7 years, studying in Littlehampton and Chichester, and now living with her fiancee in Bognor Regis. Rahil discusses what Jackie’s rights are, and the issues of deportation.

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