LEGAL MINUTE: No deal Brexit and more immigration news of the last days

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The European Union said it’s ready for the U.K. to leave the bloc without a deal and isn’t planning any further contingency measures. From Bloomberg.

Man granted visa to see son collect doctorate says he is ‘in a dream’. Home Office initially refused to grant visa to Scottish Refugee Council chief executive’s father. From The Guardian.

Sajid Javid has said he wants to see an end to tough rules on overseas students being allowed to stay in the UK to work, arguing for what he called a more “flexible, sensible attitude” to immigration. From The Guardian.

The possibility of a no-deal Brexit is very much alive. This means the UK would immediately leave the European Union (EU) with no agreement about the “divorce” process. EU citizens in the UK can apply for settled status, allowing them to remain even if there is a no deal. From BBC.

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