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Home Office’s lack of clarity in asylum cases

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Due to the recent changes in immigration laws, applicants are finding it increasingly more and more difficult to work out the Home Office’s criteria for approving visas. This is most apparent in asylum cases where applicants must go to desperate lengths to prove their suffering and destitution. As the tragic case of an asylum seeker […]

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Shock as UK Border Agency Actually Admits to Error in Decision!

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In surprising news the UK Border Agency apologised for an error they made in regards to our client’s application and reversed their decision without the need for an appeal and court fees.  They wrongly refused the company’s Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship for spurious reasons in October 2012 which our Senior Solicitor furiously contested. The […]

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Tier 4 ongoing sagas

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As the London Metropolitan University saga continued unabated, we would advise all future Tier 4 applicants to seek immigration advice before applying for enrolling at a university or college.  Here at  Barar and Associates we keep abreast of all revocations of licences and rules changes to ensure that our student clients are not ripped off […]