Immigration and COVID-19: An update
The COVID-19 health crisis is developing quickly, and it is highly likely that the Home Office and UKVI will provide measures and/or concessions to support individuals with respect to their immigration position in the UK.
Click below to read our note outlining the latest Home Office guidance on the immigration position for those currently inside and outside the UK.
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