The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, has publicly apologised to immigrants who were forced to give DNA samples as part of their application to settle in the UK. A recently published review from the Home Office found that a minimum of 449 cases demanded DNA, including 51 from Gurkha soldiers.
In light of the Immigration Minister’s warning that businesses would face the prospect of “rigorously” checking new employees from the EU after Brexit, the Government has reassured business owners that this is not the case.
Our client was married in India with his wife who is a British citizen. They then had a child born in UK who is also a British citizen.
Our client entered UK in September 2007 and after completing 10 years lawful residency in UK, he applied for indefinite leave to remain under the 10 year long residence route.
Our client’s application was refused as the home Office was not satisfied that he was a genuine entrepreneur on the basis of his interview.
Our client came to UK in 2004 as a visitor and has been an overstyer in UK since then. While in UK she had a baby who was a British citizen by birth. We applied for a visa for the mother to stay with the mother and the same has now been granted by the Home Office in UK.
Our client is a 19 year old who entered the United Kingdom in December 2002 with a visit visa and has been overstaying in the UK since then. Our client was 9 years old when she arrived here and is now 19 years old. She has spent almost half her life in the UK and on this basis we made a human rights visa application on her behalf.
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