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Thanks Every one for Birthday wishes! It means a lot ! Let’s wish other humans…

Thanks 🙏 Every one for Birthday wishes! It means a lot ! Let’s wish other humans who even can’t think of celebrating any thing in their lives due to visa status ! Love To Humanity !Thanks 🙏 Every one for Birthday wishes! It means a lot ! Let’s wish other humans who even can’t think of celebrating any thing in their lives due to visa status ! Love To Humanity ! ...

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With Almighty’s blessings after a stressful day some good results have come t…

With Almighty’s blessings after a stressful day some good results have come through! ✅Change of visa conditions Approved! Clients family can have access to public funds should they wish to apply! ✅2.5 years visa ( LTR) Granted! ✅Fees Waiver Granted & saved applicants being destitute! City Law Practice Solicitors 0121 496 8043 ...

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IMPORTANT NEWS: STATELESS PROPOSED CHANGES ( NEW IMMIGRATION PLAN 2021): We are…

IMPORTANT NEWS: STATELESS PROPOSED CHANGES ( NEW IMMIGRATION PLAN 2021): We are working with number of Barristers on the Proposed changes of STATELESS LAWS, one of the challenges Home Office will face is the following: '' It is unclear how the proposed amendment of STATELESS LAWS will be compliant with the UK’s international obligations as a signatory to the 1954 UN Convention Relating to the Status of Stateless Persons and the 1961 UN Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness. THERE ARE A NUMBER OF OTHER CHALLENGES WHICH HOME OFFICE WILL FACE while changing too much of STATELESS LAWS....

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IMPORTANT NEWS: STATELESS PROPOSED CHANGES ( NEW IMMIGRATION PLAN 2021): We ar…

IMPORTANT NEWS: STATELESS PROPOSED CHANGES ( NEW IMMIGRATION PLAN 2021): We are working with number of Barristers on the Proposed changes of STATELESS LAWS, one of the challenges Home Office will face is the following: '' It is unclear how the proposed amendment of STATELESS LAWS will be compliant with the UK’s international obligations as a signatory to the 1954 UN Convention Relating to the Status of Stateless Persons and the 1961 UN Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness. THERE ARE A NUMBER OF OTHER CHALLENGES WHICH HOME OFFICE WILL FACE while changing too much of STATELESS LAWS....

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