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    How does the Brexit vote affect immigration rules?

    The Brexit vote to leave the European Union has left many people wondering how it affects immigration laws and rules, including the MM case.  There is much uncertainty at the moment about what will actually happen and how it will affect immigration and asylum claims.

    The MM case is already in progress and will be decided based on the law as it stands at the moment so there will be no impact. We will let you know as soon as we hear when the judgement will be made.

    Longer term however, we don’t know what changes will take place to the current immigration system, or whether the European Convention on Human Rights - which is actually a Council of Europe treaty not a European Union treaty - will be overturned.

    With the current political climate as it is, we think it is reasonable to expect that immigration rules will become more stringent and requirements tougher. It is also worth bearing in mind that this year application fees rose by an unprecedented amount.

    So now is a really good time to get in touch if you need advice or information about visa requirements, leave to remain applications, or have any questions about immigration and asylum.

    We hold two free drop in sessions each week for anyone that can get to our offices in Birmingham.  If not, please call or email us and we can advise you on the best course of action for your circumstances.

     

    This is a recent statement published by the Home Office: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/statement-the-status-of-eu-nationals-in-the-uk

    For a detailed analysis of the legal impact of Brexit there are a series of position papers on the ILPA website: http://www.ilpa.org.uk/pages/eu-referendum-position-papers.html

    Here is the most recent testimonial from a client:

    Since our first meeting with Mr Sharma, my wife and I have felt confident and informed.

     

    Everything we have entrusted Mr Sharma and his team with has been dealt with professionally and accurately.

     

    Mr Sharma and his team have successfully dealt with my wife's application and appeals process, they have provided the expertise and knowledge needed to secure my wife's right to remain in this country with her family.

     

    We are forever grateful for all the hard work carried out by Mr Sharma and his colleagues at JM Wilson Solicitors, and would highly recommend them to anyone seeking help with immigration.

    Thank You to all at JM Wilson Solicitors