Covid-19 immigration concessions
The UK and most countries in the world are now fighting the spread of COVID-19 and the principal strategy to stop the spread of the virus is to restrict individuals travelling other than for essential needs.
While these measures are completely understandable and necessary, they are likely to impact an individual’s leave to enter and/or leave to remain in the UK. The UK government has, as a result, provided a number of immigration concessions that will be welcomed by individuals as they face the challenges of the pandemic.
To read our summary of these changes and their practical implications in this fast-moving crisis, please click below.
Immigration and Covid-19: An update - 293.1 KB
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