Whether or not a British or Irish citizen needs to satisfy the conditions of the Habitual Residence Test when returning to the UK from abroad.
The habitual residence test and who may be subject to immigration control.
How to get your child a legal immigration status, such as British citizenship or ‘discretionary leave to remain’, if they are under 18 and living in the UK illegally.
Find out about your rights at work, what help you can get and what to do if things go wrong at work. Information in British Sign Language (BSL).
Explains how going bankrupt could affect your application for british citizenship.
Eligibility for British citizenship: EU, EEA and Swiss citizens, and their partners, children and family.
Contact your local Citizens Advice for free, confidential help with visa eligibility and applications, Home Office delays and any other immigration problem. You could also contact a specialist like a lawyer or immigration solicitor.
Information on pension schemes available to current and former members of the armed forces, depending on when they served. Covers types of scheme, help for war widows and widowers, help for people who sustained injuries during their service and sources of further help.
Find out what discrimination is and your rights if you have been treated unfairly in employment, education or when accessing goods or services. Information in British Sign Language (BSL).
Who to contact if someone dies abroad, registering the death and making funeral arrangements including covering the costs, and whether you can claim on travel insurance.
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