LEGAL MINUTE: the news about immigration

First virtual citizenship ceremony: As a result of coronavirus restrictions, group citizenship ceremonies have been suspended. However, citizenship ceremonies will now be allowed to take place via video conferencing. The move will allow applicants to complete their unique citizenship journey and become British citizens. From Gov.UK

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Priti Patel Promises Culture Change At UK Visa Department. The new measures will include comprehensive training for everyone working in the Home Office to ensure they understand and appreciate the history of migration and race in this country. From NDTV

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Family of five forced to pay £2,200 to submit biometrics for their application after the only available appointments, which are normally free, were priced at £440 each. From Independent

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A CARE worker on the frontline of the battle against coronavirus has been told to leave the country. From The Argus

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Survey reveals betrayal of migrant women during Covid. “We feel that the pandemic has not only exposed the holes in our current safety nets, but given us an opportunity to look deeply at what we must to do in order to build a more equal society”. From Politics

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UK Visa Application Centres in Brazil re-opening. From 27 July UK Visas and Immigration is beginning a phased resumption of services and our Visa Application Centres in Rio De Janeiro and Sao Paulo will be open from the same date. From LH4U

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