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LS Legal News Bulletin

This page is dedicated to recent news, updates and opinions from LS Legal Solicitors, as well as blogs and discussions.We want to know your opinion on various legal issues and we welcome your participation in our debates.

The lockdown is not over yet – Home Office publishes its updated coronavirus advice for UK visa applicants and temporary UK residents

Thursday 28th May 2020

It has been 2 months since the emergency measures as a result of COVID-19 were introduced in the UK. The recent announced easements of the unprecedented lockdown have been…

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Forget about the pandemic for a second: what is happening with your right to work after Brexit?

Wednesday 20th May 2020

As there is so much attention grabbed by the coronavirus, we wanted to raise your awareness in regards to EU citizens' right to work in the United Kingdom after Brexit. The first message that we want to deliver is that if you are an EU citizen or a family…

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LS Legal Solicitors - COVID-19 Update

Tuesday 14th April 2020

The safety and well-being of our staff and clients is, and always has been, our top priority. We have business continuity plans in place to continue servicing our clients'…

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Q&A Relating to the Updates Announced by the Home Office in light of COVID-19 published on 27 March 2020

Thursday 2nd April 2020
Hifza Nuyani, Solicitor

The Home Office has published new updates in light of COVID-19 on 27 March 2020. Please find below some of the new questions we have been asked and the answers below: Q: I want to contact the Home Office about my Immigration enquiry, but how…

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Approved secure English language test centres - Trinity College London

Monday 30th March 2020

Trinity College London has renewed their licence and are now back on the Home Office list of approved test providers. If you require further information, please give us a call on 0753595…

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7 ways to cut staff costs during the coronavirus crisis

Monday 30th March 2020
Natasha Davies, Employment Specialist

Cashflow is a major concern for small businesses during the coronavirus crisis. The vast majority are looking to cut staff costs in order to survive the coronavirus pandemic, and indeed prosper…

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Q&A Relating to the Updates Announced by the Home Office in light of COVID-19 published on 25 March 2020

Friday 27th March 2020

Please find below some of the questions we have been asked in relation to the recent announcement by the Home Office in light of COVID-19…

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Visas extended for those currently unable to return home due to COVID-19

Tuesday 24th March 2020

The extension, announced today (24 March 2020) by the Home Secretary Priti Patel, will apply to anyone whose leave expired after 24 January and who cannot leave the country because of travel restrictions or self-isolation. This will last until…

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Immigration Health Surcharge rising to £624 in October 2020

Tuesday 24th March 2020

The government has announced that the Immigration Health Surcharge will be increased from £400 to £624 in October 2020. The rise was in the air since the Conservatives party general election campaign during 2019, although the timing was not clear. An accompanying policy costings document states…

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COVID-19 Update

Wednesday 18th March 2020

In light of the recent global developments around COVID-19, we wanted to reach out and let you know about the steps LS Legal Solicitors is taking during these uncertain times.  Our office remains open! Please note that from 18 March…

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How could Brexit impact you and your business?

Thursday 13th February 2020

The UK leaving the European Union will lead to a significant change to our economy, trading and financial arrangements. There might be steps you will need to take over the…

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Accounts prepared by your accountant

Monday 10th February 2020

ACCOUNTS PREPARED BY YOUR ACCOUNTANT Many people think that accounts prepared by an accountant would be 100% accurate but that is…

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