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McGill & Co is a Scottish immigration law firm specialising in UK immigration, nationality and refugee law.

29 June 2018 James Ritchie Blog
  The Home Office have again updated their guidance on “An employer’s guide to right to work checks”. Detailed below is a summary of the changes with an explanation of who this guidance is relevant to.

29 June 2018 Grace McGill Personal Immigration
What does international / Intercountry adoption actually mean in terms of UK Immigration control? It is a cumbersome process fraught with legal difficulties and regulation far from straightforward.

21 June 2018 Grace McGill Brexit & EU Migration
The UK government has reached an agreement with the European Union (EU) on citizens’ rights, ahead of the UK leaving the EU on 29 March 2019. 

20 June 2018 Grace McGill Personal Immigration
The Home Affairs Committee’s work on migration considers the options for the UK’s post-Brexit immigration system and the balance to be struck in the future UK-EU economic relationship between market access and control over migration. Terms of reference

18 June 2018 McGill & Co Solicitors Business Immigration
  The UK Government has announced that it intends to introduce a new “start-up” visa for people who want to start up a business in the UK. 

14 June 2018 Grace McGill Brexit & EU Migration
We are all alert to the fact the when the UK leaves the EU there will be a considerable skills shortage especially in relation to low skilled labour as we see the end of freemovement.

11 June 2018 Grace McGill Business Immigration
When is an investment in residential or commercial property a permitted investment for the purposes of Tier 1 Visa regulations?

06 June 2018 John Vassiliou Personal Immigration
A recently published article on the Free Movement website describes how McGill & Co’s John Vassiliou successfully represented a client whose Appendix FM spouse entry clearance visa application had been denied on the grounds that she had an outstanding debt with the NHS. 

06 June 2018 Iain Halliday Blog
As regular readers of this blog will be aware, British nationality law has, historically, discriminated against women and those born out of wedlock. See our previous post here for a discussion of the various vagaries of British nationality law in the context of the Shane Ridge case which was reported in the media towards the end of last summer.

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