We aim to provide you with advice on typical problem areas, and analysis on significant developments in the area of global immigration.
With the UK government continually reforming policy and law to create challenges and impediments to travelling and working in the UK, it is common to feel that the UK are closing their doors. This is not necessarily the case! Further, with companies and individuals increasing their global footprint, the ability to move globally efficiently and legally is becoming a greater burden. Additionally, governments are continually reforming policy and law to create challenges and impediments to global travel and working. In this section, we aim to provide you with advice on typical problem areas, and analysis on significant developments in the area of global immigration including inbound UK immigration issues.
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