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News / UK Government to consult on changes to Employment Law

16-05-2023 / Employment & Immigration

Following the UK Government's announcement that the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill will be amended to remove the "sunset clause", it has proposed consultation on three areas of employment law.

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Insights / Way forward for permanent resident card holders missing EUSS deadline

29-03-2023 / Employment & Immigration

Most of us remember the former Home Secretary Amber Rudd famously stating that the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) application would be as easy as setting up an online account at LK Bennett. Reality has told us otherwise.

More than six million applications later, what was meant to be a simple process for all European Economic Area (EEA) citizens has inevitably unveiled more complex scenarios, some of them which were not envisaged when drafting the new rules under Appendix EU.

Way forward for permanent resident card holders missing EUSS deadline

Insights / EU Settlement Scheme: Welcome changes, but improvements still needed

09-02-2023 / Employment & Immigration

From late 2018, most EEA citizens and their family members have applied to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) to retain their residency rights in the UK. The scheme offers a relatively flexible and approachable, simplified process to obtaining a UK visa, with generally quick results, though there are shortcomings in communications within the scheme.

EUSS Immigration

News / 'Young Professional Scheme' for Indian nationals looking to live and work in the UK without sponsorship

23-01-2023 / Employment & Immigration

Indian nationals aged between 18 to 30 years old will be able to live and work in the UK for up to two years under the new 'Young Professional Scheme', designed as a cultural exchange programme that allows people to experience life in the UK.

Indian nationals to live and work in the UK without sponsorship

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News / UK student visas; an easy process? Only sometimes (Spanish)

20-01-2023 / Employment & Immigration

This article explains the potential pitfalls of a student visa application, even if the process is seemingly straightforward. We have corrected many mistakes made by applicants and their parents, particularly for EEA students, who are not aware of the Home Office timings, requirements and process.

Student visas UK

Insights / Student visas for the UK, an easy process? Only sometimes.

20-01-2023 / Employment & Immigration

At Ince, we have assisted numerous European applicants in obtaining visas to study in the UK after Brexit. These are normally fast, straightforward applications, however, some occasional problems can arise later on if the student starts on the wrong path.

Student visas UK

News / Supreme Court ruling changes holiday pay for many part-year workers

19-12-2022 / Employment & Immigration

We are all familiar with the idea of part-time workers, but some people only work part-year, including private music teachers, examination invigilators, supply teachers, care workers, seasonal workers, bank staff, and others.

Employment issues