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13 November 2019

Jim Sawer chats to Eddie Nestor on BBC Radio London's Drivetime about stepfamilies and wills

Jim Sawer, partner in our private client team, chats to Eddie Nestor on BBC Radio London Drivetime about being a step-parent and the importance of having a will.

Jim Sawer

12 November 2019

Press release: Kingsley Napley opens entry process for The Legal Apprentice 2020

Law firm Kingsley Napley LLP is delighted to announce the kick-off of ‘The Legal Apprentice’ competition for 2020. First year Key Stage 5 students from all 4,168 secondary schools across the UK are invited to compete to win a place as a solicitor apprentice at the prestigious London-based law firm.    

Stephen Parkinson

11 November 2019

Further clarification on the requirement to record the date of entry to the UK

Our alert of 23 August 2019 set out the requirements for sponsors of Tier 2 and 5 workers to record the date of first entry to the UK.  As an update, the Home Office has released a new version of the Appendix D guidance which sets out those requirements.  The new guidance clarifies that.

Nicolas Rollason

11 November 2019

Crime agency gets record reports of suspicious financial activity - Nicola Finnerty quoted in Financial Times

Crime agency gets record reports of suspicious financial activity but standard so low, only two thirds of money laundering alerts led to a criminal probe. Nicola Finnerty gives some of her thoughts to the Financial Times on this issue.

Nicola Finnerty

8 November 2019

Nick Rollason interviewed on BBC Radio Foyle's Breakfast Show

Nick Rollason, head of our immigration team, was interviewed on BBC Radio Foyle's breakfast show, about the difficulties that can be encountered for people with dual British and Irish citizenship.

Nicolas Rollason

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