Application based on private life in the UK was accepted for further leave to remain

LondonHelp4U team has recently been successful in an application process regarding the applicant’s private life in the UK.

In this case, the client’s application was based on the private life in the UK and the financially dependent child of 20 years of age. The applicant is financially self-sufficient and has owned her business for over ten years. The client’s son is a University student, who failed to obtain a student loan to pay his university fees, as he did not have a three year visa.  Due to not being able to finance his own education, as he has no savings and assets, the client’s son seeks full financial support from his mother during his university years.

It was considered the fact that the applicant’s son has been living with his mother before going to university, and continues to do so throughout his university years, as he is wholly reliant on his mother and does not lead an independent life. Furthermore, it was found that there is a clear financial and emotional dependency enabling the applicant’s son to complete his education without the applicant’s support. The result considered that if the client had to leave the UK, she would not be able to run her business, which would make it no longer possible to generate the income required to support and pay for her son’s university education.

The outcome was successful, ruled that under those circumstances it would be a breach of the right to a family life and the client’s son would be deprived in the event of his mother’s removal from the UK to pursue his education and career.

LondonHelp4U is proud to offer a one-stop-shop package to those clients looking for a complete immigration service. This service includes all advice and work needed for an immigration application. Our specialist team will case manage every detail of your application to ensure that once submitted your application has the greatest possible chance of being successful.

Iraqi wins reprieve from deportation; Mother urging to help reunite her family; The Queen’s Speech will be delayed until Brexit and more

Unless Theresa May can get her Brexit withdrawal agreement approved by parliament beforehand, the UK will be holding European parliamentary elections on Thursday 23 May 2019. If you are a citizen of an EU country resident in England, Scotland or Wales, to vote you must be registered by Tuesday 7 May. From The Guardian.

The Brexit Party continues to lead in YouGov’s latest European Parliament voting intention poll, conducted for Hope Not Hate. Nigel Farage’s new party holds 28% of the vote, having been on 23% in last week’s survey. From You Gov.

A man who brought his baby niece to Britain in the back of his car from a French refugee camp after she sustained serious burns has had his deportation halted at the last minute by the Home Office. Najat Ibrahim Ismail was prosecuted for trafficking and due to be deported on Tuesday. From The Guardian.

A mother is urging the government to help reunite her family after a year spent thousands of miles apart. Rachel Gair and daughter Betsy are in Northumberland, but Betsy’s father, Craig Stock, is in Canada and unable to join them. The family returned to the UK to care for Ms Gair’s mother. Mr Stock had to return to Canada to apply for his spousal visa, which has been denied. The Home Office said the decision was backed up by an independent tribunal. From BBC.

The Queen’s Speech will be delayed until Brexit is delivered, Theresa May has said – despite no sign of a breakthrough at Westminster to end the stalemate. The prime minister’s spokesperson said a new session of parliament – due to get under way in June – would not begin until the withdrawal agreement had been ratified. The Queen’s Speech traditionally takes place annually, but a two-year session was announced in June 2017 because of the enormity of carrying out EU withdrawal. From Independent.

No decision has been made about whether to charge EU students more to study at English universities after Brexit, the government has insisted. They currently pay the same as those from the UK, but it has been reported fees could rise from 2021. From BBC.

10 lugares para ver Londres do alto

Em alguns casos, uma visão espetacular de Londres do alto pode ser vista de graça.

As grandes cidades são lindas de serem observadas por cima. São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Roma, Paris, New York e, claro, Londres. Fizemos uma lista de lugares altos que você pode visitar para ter excelentes vistas da metrópole. A melhor época do ano para ir é no verão e primavera, pois o céu está claro e você não corre o risco de chegar no alto e a neblina atrapalhar sua visão. Os melhores horário são durante o pôr do sol e a noite, que é quando a cidade ganha cores e brilhos exclusivos de Londres.

1 – Sky Garden

O passeio vale pela vista impressionante de Londres, mas também por ter um jardim com diversas plantas dentro. Lá tem restaurantes e bares, mas não é obrigatório o consumo. A vista é incrível e de graça, mas você precisa se programar e reservar antes pelo site: https://skygarden.london/booking. Vale muito a pena!

2- One New Change Rooftop

O prédio One New Change é um centro comercial bem ao lado da St. Paul’s Cathedral. É possível ir de graça ao terraço, onde tem um café e uma parte aberta para observar a cidade. Essa não é uma das vistas mais altas de Londres, mas com certeza é a melhor vista da St. Paul que você terá, já que será possível observar de perto os detalhes externos da Catedral. O Big Bem, a London Eye e outros prédios icônicos do centro também podem ser vistos.

3 – Primrose Hill

Na colina do parque de Primrose Hill você consegue ver o centro de Londres de longe. No fim da tarde, pegue sua toalha de piquenique e admire a cidade! Os distintos formatos dos prédios de Londres formam uma silhueta incrível. E o melhor: é de graça.

4 – The Point

O famoso Parque Real de Greenwich também tem pontos para observar a cidade de longe. A vista mais bonita é a do The Point, que fica bem ao lado do Royal Observatory. Assim como o Primrose, a entrada é gratuita.

5 – The Shard

Este com certeza é o mirante mais famoso de Londres! O prédio do The Shard é o maior da Europa Ocidental, com o total de 72 andares. Em dias claros, é possível até avistar o mar! Em qualquer andar, você consegue ter uma visão de 360 graus da cidade. Para subir no mirante do último andar, é preciso pagar por volta de £ 30.

Porém, trouxemos algumas dicas de como subir no The Shard e observar Londres de forma mais barata. No 32º andar tem um Pub chamado Oblix e com certeza uma bebida sairá mais barato do que ir até o topo do prédio. No 40º andar tem o Pub Death’s Door Vodka, que tem os preços das bebidas um pouco mais caro que o Oblix. Você também pode ir para GŎNG Bar no 52º andar, mas que com certeza qualquer bebida nele sairá por mais de 30 libras. Então, baseado no quanto você pretende pagar é que você decide qual andar quer ir.

 6 – London Eye

O famoso monumento dispensa apresentações! A entrada para dar uma volta na roda gigante é por volta de £ 25 libras e dura meia hora. Você consegue ter uma vista panorâmica de Londres. Quer uma dica? Não fique tão preocupado com as fotos, curta o passeio!

7 – Tower Bridge

Sabe aquela galeria superior da Tower Bridge? Pois é! É possível caminhar por ela. Recentemente foi instalado um piso de vidro que permite admirar o tráfego da ponte a 42 metros acima do Rio Tâmisa. Lá ainda tem informações sobre a história da Tower Bridge e você pode entender como funciona o sistema que levanta e abaixa a ponte. O valor do ingresso é cerca de £ 10.

8 – St. Paul’s Cathedral

Muita gente não sabe, mas é possível subir até o alto da St. Paul’s Cathedral. £ 18 e 500 degraus depois, você chega no ponto mais alto da famosa igreja e consegue ter uma vista excelente da cidade.

9 – Emirates Air Line

Atravesse o Tâmisa de uma maneira diferente e de quebra com uma vista incrível da cidade O teleférico Emirates Air Line custa £ 3.40 para quem tem o Oystercard e £ 4.50 para quem não tem. O passeio dura 10 minutos.

10 – The Orbit

Essa peculiar construção foi feita para ser símbolo das Olimpíadas de 2012, tanto que fica ao lado do Estádio Olímpico. Hoje ele virou lugar para observação da cidade e o melhor: para quem for corajoso, tem como sair de lá por um mega escorregador. O ingresso custa £ 10 e o escorregador £ 5.

Por Natalia Fernandes

Legal Minute: London-born baby denied UK status; HO revoke decision and give visa to grandmother and more

London-born baby with British-resident parents denied UK status.

A baby that was born in the UK to two British-resident parents has been denied the right to live in the country. Human rights lawyers called the decision “shameful” and “potentially unlawful”. From Independent.

Foreign students accused of cheating on English language tests have told they have been left in limbo for years.

The Home Office has cancelled 36,000 student visas since 2014 after cheating was uncovered at test centres. But Labour MP Stephen Timms said many had been falsely accused, and given no opportunity to clear their name. From BBC.

Theresa May’s post-Brexit immigration plan could close a quarter of services in some hospitals.

Senior NHS figures have warned the Prime Minister’s post-Brexit immigration policy would have a damning effect on Britain’s hospitals, it has been revealed today. Executives have voiced fears over the Government’s immigration white paper, which outlines stringent plans for a £30,000 salary threshold on workers moving to the UK. From Daily Mail.

Home Office revoke a decision and give grandmother the visa to go to grandson funeral.

Damary Dawkins, 13, a youth player for Crystal Palace, fought the cancer for four years. His grandmother Ivy Powell, 67, who lives in Jamaica, was told she would not be granted a visitor’s visa that would allow her to be at the funeral. But the Home Office has now revoked that decision ‘in light of the compassionate circumstances’. From Metro.

Tourists to Turkey need to print off electronic visas or risk being denied boarding.

Tourists visiting Turkey from the UK have been warned by travel agents to print off a hard copy of their e-visa, or risk being denied entry to the country. However, the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, responsible for issuing e-visas, claims a phone download is sufficient. From The Independent.