Category Archives: Legislation

Upper Tribunal Decision Made in TOEIC English Language Test Scam

The Upper Tribunal has ruled that the deportation of over 48,000 students was unlawful, meaning they are now eligible to re-enter the UK and may even be entitled to compensation due to the losses suffered. There is now increasing pressure from … Continue reading

Right To Rent Scheme Full Rollout Announced

This week, James Brokenshire, the UK’s Immigration Minister, announced the full rollout of the Right to Rent scheme. In line with sections 20-37 of the Immigration Act 2014 which contain the specifics of the scheme, heavy restrictions will now be placed … Continue reading

The Immigration Bill 2015-16

The Immigration Bill 2015-16 was laid before Parliament this week and contains a number of proposed changes to the current remit of the Immigration Act, in particular it seeks to expand the powers of officials in more ways than expected. … Continue reading

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