Month: December 2020

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Merry Brexmas: The UK & EU Agree a post-Brexit Trade Deal

EU-UK post-Brexit trade deal: What happens next It’s been four and a half years since the UK voted to leave the EU. Its been a long process with which there were expectations that the UK will leave the EU without a trade deal. After months of negotiations, Britain and the EU have agreed a trade…
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K Visas Must Be Processed – Milligan v. Pompeo

DOS Issues Statement In Compliance with K Visa Injunction in Milligan v. Pompeo Despite the US State Department issuing a statement in September that K visa processing is to resume urgently, K visa applicants have still faced issues obtaining a visa due to the Coronavirus proclamations. The good news is that these types of applicants…
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UK Travel Ban Lifted – Essential Travel Permitted form the UK

Travel Restrictions Placed On the UK Lifted After over 60 countries closing the border with England for 48 hours, France has reopened its borders with the UK for travellers and truck drivers that test negative for Covid-19. Drivers and travellers were able to travel into the EU in the early hours of Wednesday with ferries…
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European Countries Ban UK: Travel from UK banned due to new Covid-19 strain

The new COVID Variant causes increase in cases, while closure of borders puta a halt to travel and supply chains European countries have banned flights, Eurotunnel, Eurostar and ferries carrying passengers from the UK to suppress the spread of a new variant of the coronavirus that has caused the UK Prime Minister to do another…
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UK Safe List Update: The Canary Islands Removed Again

Due to the rise in weekly cases of coronavirus in the region, Canary Island has been removed from the UK’s travel corridor list. The popular British holiday destination is home to Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote, and the removal of the region from the safe list will no doubt be disappointing for British nationals…
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