Month: April 2014

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Polygamy law signed by Kenya’s President

Who could imagine that Kenya with 83% Christian people (source: The Republic of Kenya) have now signed the polygamy law. << Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed into law a controversial marriage bill legalising polygamy. >>, BBC NEWS AFRICA 29 April 2014 (online version) This legalisation of polygamy, allow to marry as many partner as they wish without…
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Old applications do not utilise the New Rules

To the question of whether the new human rights rules introduced on 9 July 2012 apply to applications made before that date: they do not. In specific, it is improper to apply rule 276ADE on long residence to applications that were already outstanding at the date the new rule came into force. Quoting Colin Yeo, a barrister…
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“I am a survivor!”

Yashika Bageerathi can say  “I am a survivor!”. Why?! Well, Yashika came to the UK at the age of 16 with her family and is a model student at Oasis Academy Hadley in Enfield, north London. Now with 18 years old, she almost got deported to Mauritius and with her studies unfinished. Across UK the massive…
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