Category: Visa and Immigration

UK Visas and Immigration Refusal Rates and Statistics

Know the latest visa and immigration information and updates for USA and UK relating to:

  1. US and UK visa and immigration statistics and refusal rates
  2. Reasons for visa rejection on general grounds
  3. Appeal and judicial review for refused applications
  4. Citizenship and nationality requirements
  5. Post-Brexit settlement of EEA/EU nationals in the UK

Immigration information and updates for making a better decision!

Perhaps, immigration information and updates can definitely help an applicant to make a better decision. Therefore, increase your chances of success by knowing more!

Visas and immigration statistics

Apparently, most of the applicants are keen to know about their chances of success. Therefore, this category provides all the latest information and updates relating to UK and USA visas and immigration refusal rates!

10-year ban and refusal on general grounds

Since a number of applications are refused on general grounds. Perhaps, due to false documents and statements, re-entry ban, breaching a condition of stay etc. Therefore, it is important for applicants to know about the general grounds for mitigating ban and refusal due to adverse behaviour!.

UK visa and immigration appeals and judicial review

Perhaps, many applicants don’t know: what to do after refusal? Therefore, posts in this category provide in-depth information on immigration appeals and judicial review. Accordingly, the applicant can know when to reapply or challenge a refused application with or without appeal rights.

EU citizens in the UK

Apparently, the posts cover all critical aspects of the post-Brexit settlement of EU/EEA citizens and their non-EEA family members.

Citizenship and nationality

The posts in this category also cover all the requirements for British citizenship and naturalisation!

UK visa and immigration specialist solicitors

Certainly, for case processing, contact the specialist immigration solicitors London.

Brexit Implications for EU Citizens Working in the UK

Brexit Implications for EU Citizens Working in the UK

This relates to the implications of Brexit on European Citizens working in the UK. Apparently, the British Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50 on March 29, 2017, which paves the way for Britain to initiate the formal two (2) year exit process from the European Union. Perhaps, the British exit from the EU is a pretty complicated process. Therefore, there are…

EEA family permit 2019: guidance, requirements and FAQs!

EEA Family Permit Requirements for Non-EEA Family Members

This relates to EEA family permit requirements and guidance in the light of Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016 for non-EEA direct and extended family members. And also provides details of supporting documents, refusal reasons checklist, marriage or civil partnership of convenience. And that of EEA family permit refusal and success rate during 2005-17. Accordingly,…

Re Entry Ban UK under paragraph 320(7b) of the immigration rules

Re-Entry Ban 320(7b) for a previous breach of UK immigration laws

An applicant usually gets re entry ban UK under paragraph 320(7b) of UK immigration laws for a previous breach. Perhaps, the previous breach could be due to overstaying, breaching a condition attached to the leave, illegal entry to the UK and using deception in an application. Accordingly, depending on the nature and severity of the previous…

Deception Ban UK under paragraph 320(7A): Can I Apply Again?

Deception Ban UK under paragraph 320(7A): Can I Apply Again?

Usually, an applicant gets 10-year deception ban UK due to an adverse behaviour under paragraph 320(7A) of the Immigration Rules. However, a visit visa applicant gets 10-year deception ban under paragraph V 3.6 of Appendix V. Therefore, the post explains the possible reasons for deception ban UK. And also if an applicant can apply again or…

General Grounds for refusal under the immigration rules!

General Grounds for Refusal under Immigration Rules

Apparently, paragraphs 320 to 322 of the Immigration Rules explain the general grounds for refusal for entry clearance and leave to remain applications. Perhaps, an applicant’s background, character, behaviour, conduct or associations lead to a refusal on general grounds. Therefore, the best strategy for mitigating or avoiding a refusal on general grounds is to maintain…

UK visa statistics, success and refusal rates 2008-18

UK Visa Statistics 2008-18 for entry, extension and settlement

Perhaps, most of the applicants are quite interested in knowing the details of UK visa and immigration statistics. Therefore, the post provides the UK visa statistics, success and refusal rates for entry clearance, leave to remain, extension and ILR (settlement) applications from 2008 to 2018. 1) UK visa statistics for entry clearance applications 2008-18 According…