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Sponsored worker restrictions – why are so many employers being refused permission to employ new staff from overseas?

BBC drama Collateral puts the spotlight on immigration in the modern UK, but is it getting the facts right?

Update on Citizens’ rights following the conclusion of stage 1 Brexit negotiations

Changes to the Immigration Rules: Workers, entrepreneurs, family members and more

Latitude - 10 today!

New Hope in TOEIC English Testing Cases

UK visas for partners and spouses - 7 things you should know before you apply

Case update: Recent court decisions affecting EU nationals

Home Office publishes plans for EU application process post-Brexit - 6 things to know

Gary McIndoe comments on Brexit day and rights to remain in the UK

Immigration and the hostile environment - how nasty can it get for non-migrants?

Sala judgement overturned

Budding entrepreneur or world leading talent – what type of business visa do you need?

Government plans for post-Brexit immigration policy revealed

Preparing the perfect partner application – what is the best recipe to use?

Home Office Summer Report Card – 5 things they got wrong this August, and 3 things they got right

Visiting the UK – who can, who can’t and what can go wrong?

7 tips for entrepreneurs applying for UK visas

Top tips for students arriving for UK study

5 things to understand about the August 2017 changes to the Immigration Rules: families, income and the MM case

Immigration Rule changes following MM Lebanon

5 things to know before applying for an EEA residence document

Good character requirement for nationality

Brexit update 07 July 2017- If there will be new post-Brexit document requirements, should you bother to confirm your right of residence now?

Government outlines how it will safeguard EU citizens' rights, 27 June 2017

Brexit Update 27 June 2017 - Further details on post-Brexit rules

‘Deport first, appeal later’ held to be unlawful

Brexit update 23 June 2017 – Negotiations start and an offer is finally on the table for EU nationals living in the UK

Statement on EU 'Brexit' Referendum – Updated 08 July 2016

Article 50 Triggered: What This Means for UK Businesses with EU employees

Employment Rate of Ethnic Minorities in Liverpool on the Rise