Settlement & citizenship
Our immigration team has a wealth of experience in helping individuals acquire Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) or Settlement by assessing their eligibility and guiding them through the application process.
If you wish to apply for ILR following leave as a Points Based Migrant or under a different eligible immigration route, our immigration lawyers will guide you and work with you to ensure you obtain Settlement.
Those who have been free of immigration restrictions (i.e. held ILR/Settlement) for at least 12 months, are welcome to consult with our immigration lawyers who can assess their eligibility to apply to naturalise as a British citizen.
“The team makes it very easy to ask questions and understand the advice given.”
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- 28 April 2022
The UK Expansion Worker visa
As of April 2022, the Global Business Mobility (GBM) routes have now replaced the Intra-Company Transfer (ICT) routes.
- 13 April 2022
The opening of the Global Business Mobility routes
The new Global Business Mobility (GBM) routes are launching on Monday, 11 April 2022, replacing the existing Intra-Company Transfer (ICT) routes, with the GBM: Senior/Specialist Worker route replacing the ICT route and the GBM: Graduate Trainee route replacing the Intra-Company Graduate Trainee route.
- 11 March 2022
How to apply to the Ukraine Family Scheme
In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the resulting refugee crisis, the UK government has established the Ukraine Family Scheme (‘the Ukraine Scheme’) for Ukrainian refugees to join their family members in the UK.
- 08 March 2022
UK Immigration: New changes for businesses in 2022
Struggling to recruit? Join our UK immigration specialists Monica Atwal and Rebecca Hone, as they update UK businesses on the newly reformed immigration system since Brexit and what is coming up in 2022.
- 03 March 2022
Partner visa – Is your relationship genuine and subsisting?
Many couples have become frustrated with the requirements for a UK Partner visa as the rules and guidance are difficult to understand. A significant number of applications are refused based on failing to provide adequate documentation to evidence the relationship requirement.
“The whole process of obtaining Skill worker Visa for my husband and myself was a hassle free experience – all thanks to Rebecca Hone for putting up the perfect documentation on our behalf. It took her just two phone calls with us to get us there. We were offered a good discount for the dependant visa. Given that we were a bit stressed because of the times we live in, we are truly thankful to Clarkslegal for the exceptional services offered to us. Everything just fell into place.”
“I had the pleasure of working with Rebecca Hone at Clarkslegal LLP. Rebecca was incredibly proactive about helping to manage my Tier 2 Visa process. She made it incredibly clear what was required, and was very helpful in reminding me about any outstanding details. Rebecca also ensured that the process went as quickly and efficiently as possible.”