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

24 May 2018 McGill & Co Solicitors EEA Applications
The Windrush scandal currently shows no signs of abating, but the UK Government is finally taking steps to try and right the wrongs that have been committed and provide support to the people affected. 

24 April 2018 Grace McGill EEA Applications
 Since the sharp economic downturn in 2008, European countries have increasingly turned to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to help sustain and develop fragmented economies across the continent. As such, various European countries including Spain, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus and Malta introduced Citizenship by Investment (CIP) programmes to attract this much-needed foreign investment by offering ‘golden visas’ to foreign nationals. These schemes typically involve investment in real estate and government bonds and shares in exchange for residency or citizenship. 

27 March 2018 McGill & Co Solicitors EEA Applications
As outlined in our posting on August 16 2017, last summer the Government commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee to assess and report on the current likely future patterns of EEA migration and the impacts of that migration on the UK after Brexit. After hearing evidence, including that of McGill & Co, the Committee has now published a summary of the some, but not all, of the responses in the interim MAC report. With the final report due to be delivered in September 2018, this article will summarise the findings of the Committee so far.

06 September 2017 Darren Stevenson EEA Applications
The Guardian reported yesterday evening on a leaked Home Office policy document, which provides a fascinating insight into the machinations of policy makers behind the scenes.

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