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On-demand webinar: the impact of COVID-19 on immigration rules and policy

On-demand webinar: the impact of COVID-19 on immigration rules and policy

Almost every aspect of life and society has been affected by the virus pandemic across the globe, and the policy and rules surrounding immigration law is no different. In this webinar we will look at the various updates on changes to immigration law and practice caused by COVID-19 as well as potential changes that could happen over the coming months. We discuss:

  • General Policy Updates (Visa Extensions and Concessions)
  • Switching Visa Categories
  • Students
  • Sponsor Licence Holders and Duties
  • Contacting the Home Office
  • Travelling to the UK and Expiring Entry Clearance Visas
  • Applications Made Inside and Outside the UK
  • Appeals and Immigration Tribunal Hearings
  • Enforcement Action from the Home Office
  • Right To Work Checks and The EU Settlement Scheme

Note of caution: This is a constantly changing area and we urge you to check back with us regularly for further changes and announcements.


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