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Farm labour shortage addressed – but is it enough?

Mandie Sewa

Last week the government announced a new nationwide pilot scheme for seasonal agricultural workers from outside EEA countries to come and work in the UK. The scheme is aimed at alleviating the chronic shortage of workers in the farming industry following Brexit. Workers will be allowed to stay for up to 6 months before returning home.

Windrush day - what really happens at Home Office appointments?

Mandie Sewa

We are proud to support the Windrush generation and help individuals who have been affected by the scandal.

We recently attended an appointment at the Home Office with one of our Windrush clients who has been considerably affected by the Government’s immigration policy. We have been supporting this client for a number of years, whilst he tackled job loss and homelessness, after losing his passport with his Indefinite Leave to Remain stamp.


GDPR and Immigration Exemptions

Mandie Sewa

In a few weeks, data protection rules across Europe will experience their biggest change in the last 20 years.  On 25 May 2018, the Data Protection Bill 29017 (that incorporates provisions of GDPR) will come into force in the UK. It will change how businesses and public sector organisations can handle the information of their customers.

A brief examination of new Government plans to help Windrush families

Mandie Sewa

The Government has published new guidance for undocumented Commonwealth citizens, Amber Rudd has resigned and Sajid Javid has been appointed the new Home Secretary, but will these policy changes and grand gestures actually help Windrush children?

Windrush generation – Are you affected?

Mandie Sewa

So, Theresa May has finally apologised to many Commonwealth citizens whose families were invited to come to build a broken Britain between 1948 – 1971. Yet decades their children face prohibition on employment, access to healthcare and housing, and in some cases removal from the only country they consider to be home.

UK government sends message to Windrush children – We don’t want you

Mandie Sewa

The 22nd June this year marks the 70th anniversary of the docking of a ship that sailed from the Caribbean to the UK. This ship, the SS Empire Windrush and has subsequently become a powerful and iconic symbol of UK migration.

8 Tips to Pass a Home Office Audit

Mandie Sewa

If you’re a UK business, (however large or small) and want to employ staff from outside the EU, you will generally need to have a Sponsor Licence awarded by the Home Office. 

Bringing Grandma to the UK - virtually impossible under Immigration Rules

Mandie Sewa

9 July 2012 was all change for many immigration categories, including the Rules on bringing parents, grandparents and other dependant relatives to the UK. 

What can you do if your Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa is refused due to the genuineness test?

Mandie Sewa

The genuineness test came into effect in January 2013. At first it only applied to first time applicants but was quickly extended to extension and settlement applications. 

Will a trade deal help companies with the loss of migration from the UK?

Mandie Sewa

Much of the Vote Leave Campaign was about controlling immigration. However a leaked government EU impact analysis shows that the cost of cutting EU migration is much greater than the benefits. 


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