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March 2017

A New Immigration Skills Charge

By Changes in UK Law, Immigration Law

The New Immigration Skills Charge At Arlingsworth, we recognise the value of being up to date with the latest Immigration changes and laws, especially in light of Brexit, and this blog details the government’s planned Immigration Skills Charge coming into force in April 2017. What is the Immigration Skills Charge? The Charge will be imposed on Tier 2 employers who are recruiting skilled workers. The price is set at £1,000 per year for every non-European…

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Family Law Department Reviews Continuing to Excel

By Legal Advice

Family Law Department Reviews Continuing to Excel Here at Arlingsworth, we are proud to specialise in a variety of areas, and recently our Family Law department have been successful in some very challenging and important child custody cases heard in the Family Courts, and this has also been borne out in our Family Law Department Reviews. Being voted in the top 175 solicitors in the UK, by the Sunday Times, has led to increasing demand for…

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Irene Clennell Case – Could she successfully gain ILR?

By Immigration Law, Legal Advice

The Irene Clennell Case Today, our immigration team at Arlingsworth have written a blog detailing the law around the controversial and recent Irene Clennell case. Despite Mrs Clennell not being awarded indefinite leave to remain, our team have dealt with many similar cases often being successful, and we hope this blog will provide some guidance for any who are interested in the case, or who are in a similar position to Irene. Facts about the…

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