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The Law Of…family visas. A British national must earn £18,600 a year in order to bring a spouse or partner from outside Europe to the UK. Would you struggle to support your spouse under these immigration laws?

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Did campaigners and the media fail to communicate the facts to UK citizens, and Leave voters in particular, in the run up to the referendum? According to our latest research, 57% of Leave voters overestimated the proportion of EU migrants entering the UK vs. 49% of Remain voters.

http://thelawof.co/Cy6CX

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"At 24 years old, Caitlin suffered a heart attack which revealed an underlying rare heart condition. It was imperative that her husband, Kader was able  to secure a long term visa as quickly as possible to ensure that he could stay in the UK."

Find out how Emma Brooksbank, Head of Immigration at Simpson Millar helped ensure a successful outcome during this difficult time.

http://thelawof.co/oVP3c

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Bonfire night is the time of year that you really need to listen up. If you're using fireworks and sparklers you are quite literally playing with fire.

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Our Family Law team in Bristol were excited to have been invited along to the party celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Bristol Child Contact Centre (BCCC).

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Head over to the British University Fair in Manchester on the October 31 and get the opportunity to take part in a seminar hosted by our Immigration specialists, Emma Brooksbank and Sumita Gupta.

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It's not just senior judges who felt angered by the governments plans to increase the issue fee for divorce proceedings from the current level of £410 to £550. James Skinner,Associate Solicitor specialising in Family Law at Simpson Millar, has his say:
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