LEGAL MINUTE: quarentine and immigration in the UK

QUARANTINE restrictions could descend into chaos on the first day after a Home Office spokesman admitted it was “very hard to imagine how it would work in in practice”. From The Sun

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): If you’re a resident or visitor travelling to the UK, you must provide your journey and contact details, not leave the place you’re staying for the first 14 days you’re in the UK except in very limited situations (known as ‘self-isolating’). From Gov.UK

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British nationals who have spent months apart from non-EU spouses have expressed fears that their separation will become permanent as mass unemployment and furloughing as a result of the Covid crisis could leave them ineligible for visas. From The Guardian

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Thousands of families across Britain have been worried they will be torn apart because job losses during lockdown have meant they no longer earn enough to be eligible for spouse visas, for which the threshold stands at £18,600 per annum. From Independent

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Friday it is not going to seek an extension to the Brexit transition period, the paymaster general, Penny Mordaunt, has said. From The Guardian.

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