1.1 British Citizens or Citizens of the United Kingdom
1.2 Nationals of European Community Countries
1.3 Commonwealth Citizens or Foreign Nationals
2.5 Employment Not Requiring Work Permits
2.6 Writers Artists and Composers
2.7 Au Pairs
2.8 Working Holidays
3.1 FiancÃÂ©s and FiancÃÂ©es
3.4 Homosexual and Non-Marital Relationships
3.7 Parents, Grandparents and Relatives
3.8 People of Independent Means
3.9 Long Residence - 10 years and 14 years
4.1 Under Concession 12
4.2 Asylum and Refugees
4.4 Judicial Review
4.5 British Citizenship
- By Registration
- By Naturalisation
- By Birth
- By Descent
"Rapidly changing and increasingly complex immigration laws impact upon the lives of many immigrants and those associated with them on a daily basis. Reliable free legal advice is not always accessible to the individuals in question.
This book fills the void, in that, it provides a helpful practical guide to the layperson. It sets out in ordinary language and in an easily comprehensible manner the requirements of the immigration laws and the options available in given circumstances. It provides an important step for the layperson in understanding his or her immigration position".
SIBGHAT KADRI Q.C.
"This book is a highly informative and useful guide, covering a wide range of topics about the immigration laws of the United Kingdom. It is clear, simple, straightforward and written for the ordinary layman in an easy-to-understand question-and-answer format"
MAZHER MAHMOOD, INVESTIGATIONS EDITOR, NEWS OF THE WORLD
"It is with great pleasure that I am able to write a few words of recommendation for the new edition of British Immigration Law: A Simple Guide.
Dr. AA Malik's excellent academic work with experience as an immigration practitioner deserves support. Like his first edition this book will provide information to many thousands of families who are always looking for good sound advice which is simple and easy to understand. This new edition will make a significant contribution to the understanding of British Immigration Law.
This is an invaluable immigration book for individuals, students and lawyers and I am pleased to congratulate Dr. Akbar Malik on his excellent publication".
LORD NAZIR AHMED OF ROTHERHAM HOUSE OF LORDS
"British Immigration Law is a compact book which answers the more prevalent questions which a person coming to the UK may have on British immigration law.
It is especially to the ordinary immigrant layperson that Dr. Malik addresses his useful and informative guide. The format is simple, with questions and straightforward answers, making the law readable and easily accessible to lay persons with immigration queries. The guide is a valuable source of information for a layperson and reasonably priced. It would also be an asset to local libraries and advice bureaux, a quick reference for magistrates and reading material for the waiting room of solicitor's offices".
PETERSON C SIMMONS, BARRISTER & SENIOR LECTURER, LAW
The area of immigration law impacting on the spheres of the business and finance world are not only challenging, exciting, complex but continually being evolved. Every day thousands of Business persons, in different capacities, propose, intend and come to the United Kingdom to establish themselves here. Commercial realities and legal regulations impact heavily on the options that such persons can pursue.
Many business persons do not know anything about the United Kingdom regulatory bodies or the immigration rules. This book provides legal guidance for persons who are investors, sole representatives, innovators, business visitors. This book is a useful, informative guide for persons who want to grasp essential points of immigration law before furthering their objectives concerning what business enterprise to follow in the United Kingdom and how the immigration law affects them. It deals with both European Community and Non-European Community nationals and is written in an easy-to-understand questions-and answer format.
"This book effectively renders a complex topic to an easily understandable guide. It is lucid and user friendly. It is an excellent practical guide from which I learnt a lot about.
I have no doubt that the book will be well received and be immensely helpful to lawyers as well as Barristers like myself".
Mr. FRITZ KODAGODA, BARRISTER, 12 OLD SQUARE, LINCOLNS INN, LONDON WC21 3TX