‘Immigration Update: Overcoming the Maintenance/Accommodation Restrictions of the Immigration Rules.’
Date: May 10th 2008
This seminar considered a range of topical and practical issues concerning Immigration law.
There has been a spate of restrictive decisions recently on the maintenance and accommodation requirements under various Immigration Rules. In particular, third party support is being excluded as a basis of Paragraph 281 and Paragraph 297 entry clearance applications.
There are several strategies and processes, including the use of case-specific covenants, that may still allow the rules to be met by UK settled sponsors (especially those who are disabled/unemployed and non-income earning), which Chambers speakers addressed at this seminar.
The seminar included some case studies, with an opportunity for questions and answers.