Assessing the Home Office’s pandemic response – Law Society’s Gazette

Posted October 20th, 2020 in coronavirus, freedom of movement, government departments, immigration, news by sally

‘Earlier this year, Covid-19 threw the UK’s immigration landscape into disarray. Travel restrictions, reduced working capacity at the Home Office and temporary shutdown of third-party providers caused much uncertainty for those trapped overseas and those in the UK. Added to this were the loss of jobs, salary reductions and individuals no longer being able to meet the requirements of their stay. Below we consider some of the key measures the Home Office introduced over this period for overseas nationals with time-limited restrictions in the UK.’

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Law Society's Gazette, 19th October 2020