Tag: Biometric Residence Permit

  • Right to Work Checks

    Right to Work Checks

    UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI), and the overarching body, the Home Office, require employers in the United Kingdom to make Right to Work (RtW) checks. What is the Right to Work legal framework? Sections 15 to 25 of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, section 24B of the Immigration…

  • Is the Expiry Date on the BRP Correct?

    Is the Expiry Date on the BRP Correct?

    The Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) contains details of an overseas national’s immigration status in the UK. Yet, many individuals have been in touch to ask whether the expiry date on the BRP is correct?

  • Right to Rent Checks

    Right to Rent Checks

    Landlords form part of the Government’s plans for maintaining effective immigration controls.  As a result, landlords, or their agents, must carry out immigration right to rent checks to ensure that a tenant or lodger can legally rent the residential property in England. Here, we provide guidance to landlords on the…

  • Brexit & EU citizens in the UK

    Brexit & EU citizens in the UK

    What is the UK government’s position on the future rights of EU citizens living in the United Kingdom (UK), as Brexit negotiations get underway? Earlier today, Prime Minister Theresa May updated Parliament on the European Union (EU) summit and her proposals for EU citizens in the UK. Those with 5…

  • UK Residence Card Applications and Processing Times

    UK Residence Card Applications and Processing Times

    With UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) finding themselves inundated with applications for a UK residence card and certificate from EEA nationals and EEA family permit holders, it could be easy to assume that the application has fallen into a bottomless pit, only to be seen at some point in the…

  • Successfully applied to become a British Citizen? Here’s what you must do next!

    Successfully applied to become a British Citizen? Here’s what you must do next!

    Congratulations! Your application to become a British Citizen has been successful and you have the Home Office letter to prove it. You have contacted the local council to arrange your attendance at the citizenship ceremony and invited your nearest and dearest to witness you becoming a British national. At the…