Immigration

The British Government Offers an Immigration Lifeline to Hong Kong Residents

Yesterday, on 1st July 2020, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson offered the opportunity for residents of Hong Kong with British National Overseas (‘BNO’) status to settle in the UK and ultimately become citizens. This was in response to the National Security Law introduced in China, which is seen to violate the rights of Hong …

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Employee Bulletin; The Wider World of Global Mobility

During the Coronavirus pandemic, it is increasingly important to understand how we can support our staff on many different levels. At IPM we want to ensure that we can help support as many people as possible with some helpful tips and advice as well as addressing other legislations and requirements that go beyond the current …

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UK eGates – Compliance issues to Sponsor Licence holders

Faster Entry to the UK to enhance the welcome experience of travellers arriving is one of the Home Office priorities, hence there are now just over 260 eGates across 15 air and rail terminals across the UK. These gates are automated self-service barriers managed by the UK Border Force which travellers can use instead of …

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Registered Traveller Service Provides a Way to Avoid Border Customs Queuing in the UK

The UK Visa and Immigration’s new ‘Registered Traveller service’ has now gone live. This new service will stream line border crossing for regular visitors and visa holders from eligible countries that have been enrolled. As we head through the summer season and border security stringency as well as the number of travellers continues to increase, it …

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