LEGAL MINUTE: visa, Brexit and COVID-19

Coronavirus: Thousands could be forced to leave UK within weeks under current Home Office guidelines. From Independent.

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What is the future for travel and migration in age of Covid-19? Lockdowns are starting to ease but travel and migration will be disrupted for longer. From The Guardian.

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UK universities stand to lose billions if the pandemic keeps foreign students away. From Market Place.

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What coronavirus means for Brexit talks. As discussions over an EU-UK trade deal resume, negotiators are being forced to adapt to new political realities and practicalities. From Independent.

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An NHS healthcare assistant battling terminal bone cancer who is still working to continue supporting her three children in Zambia says she is desperate to bring them to the UK before it is too late. From Daily Mail.

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All foreign key workers who have been on the front line during the pandemic should be part of the government’s free visa extension scheme, say campaigners. Some migrant workers must pay thousands of pounds for new visas to stay in the UK, despite playing a vital role in keeping the country going. From BBC.

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International NHS and social care staff who have worked during the Covid-19 pandemic should be given indefinite leave to remain in the UK with their families, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has said. From ITV News.

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Their father died from coronavirus – now this family fears they could be forced to leave UK. From Independent.

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