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Sponsor licence revocation
Ruslan Kosarenko 03.11.2021
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LEGAL COSTS – CAN YOU RECOVER THEM FROM YOUR OPPONENT?
STERLING LAW 01.07.2021
Kuldeep S. Clair, our senior Consultant Solicitor in Dispute Resolution and Employment Law offers his views on this important topic:  This question is understandably a common initial concern for many clients when they are deciding whether to issue court / tribunal proceedings, and  also when they are defending proceedings against them.
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A VICTORY FOR OUR CLIENT IN THE EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL
STERLING LAW 01.07.2021
Our client was employed as a bus driver and had 18 years of continuous employment. He had a clean record with no warnings or incidents.  While driving in the rain, he had been involved in one unexplained low-speed accident which resulted in a collision with three parked cars and a fence. This caused about £40,000 of damage. He believed that the brakes on his vehicle had failed, although the employer had carried out tests and found nothing to be wrong.
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DEBT AND MONEY CLAIMS IN THE UK
STERLING LAW 01.07.2021
We are accustomed to recovering money or defending claims for monetary sums on behalf of our clients. Unfortunately, the fact that it is not possible to recover hardly any legal costs in cases in ‘small claims’ cases  means that it may not be worth instructing us unless, practically, the dispute involves a sum of at least £6,000.
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ASYLUM APPEAL OF A NEPALESE NATIONAL AND HER SPOUSE
STERLING LAW 01.07.2021
Our immigration team has achieved a successful decision in the asylum appeal of a Nepalese national and her spouse. According to the Immigration & Asylum Upper Tribunal, they should both be allowed to remain in the UK under the protection of Refugee law.
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LONG RESIDENCE APPLICATIONS: GAPS IN LAWFUL RESIDENCE
STERLING LAW 01.07.2021
The Immigration Rules regarding long residence provide that Applicants who have resided in the UK continuously and lawfully for 10 years are entitled to apply for indefinite leave to remain. This begs the question: what if I have a gap in my lawful residence?
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BRP card expiry
STERLING LAW 20.05.2021
If you have been granted indefinite leave to remain (ILR) in the past few years, you will probably have been issued with a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) with an expiry date of 31 December 2024.
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UK VISA FOR EU CITIZENS
STERLING LAW 20.05.2021
A recent change to immigration laws has made it easier for foreign businesses to send EU workers to the UK to fulfill the contractual obligations they owe to UK customers. EU workers, however, will have to apply for UK visa.
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