Tag: Non-EEA nationals

  • Avoiding EEA Family Permit Refusals

    Avoiding EEA Family Permit Refusals

    In Part 1, of our series on EEA applications we looked at the application process, and documents required to apply for an EEA family permit. Here, in the second part of our series, we look at EEA family permit refusals, focusing on the top 3 reasons for refusals and how to avoid…

  • 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, Settled Status & EU Nationals

    Brexit, Settled Status & EU Nationals

    The UK government has set out its negotiation position with the European Union (EU), on the future status of approximately 3 million EU nationals currently exercising Treaty rights in the UK. The published information provides an outline of the government’s position on a ‘new settled status’, but is very short…

  • Overseas Visitors and UK Healthcare

    Overseas Visitors and UK Healthcare

    It is holiday season and millions of travellers from all over the world are expected the visit the UK. Most visitors will have adequate medical insurance. Yet what happens if your travel insurance doesn’t go far enough or you don’t have travel insurance at all, but require healthcare? And what…

  • Brexit: Retained Rights of Residence

    Brexit: Retained Rights of Residence

    Brexit remains a hot topic for European nationals and with good reason. The UK government has announced a time frame of March 2017 for the start of formal negotiations to leave the European Union. Many European nationals are eager to know how, and to what extent, their current rights to…