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Tracy Hrusa highlights some important recent changes
The domestic worker amnesty has been extended for three months from
Kim Vowden explains the recent changes to the immigration
position of students
Foreign students in the UK no longer require
permission from a job centre...
Stephen Orange examines the possibilities of keeping a valuable
trainee in a permanent capacity
Occasionally, employers find themselves in a
Liane Cooney, a US Attorney and head of the firm's US practice,
comments on US visa options for family members
Employees undertaking secondments to the...
Lucy Pattullo examines ways of persuading the Department for
Education & Employment to waive the advertising requirements for
work permit applications.
The Treasury has issued a consultation paper on mortgage regulation
and is seeking comments by 22nd October.
The following points should be noted:
The White Paper was presented to Parliament on 22nd July 1999. In
launching the White Paper, Stephen Byers stated that it contained
70 measures on top...
Reference: (1999) OPLR 153
This case concerned a member who applied for an ill-health
pension following a back injury. At the time the trustee made its
A new consumer credit order has been laid before Parliament
come into force on 1st August 1999.
The Consumer Credit (Exempt Agreements)
Don"t believe everything you read in the Press!
Contrary to recent Press reports, the tax treatment
termination payments has not changed. The Court...
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