Applicants Continue to Employ Deception in Their UK Visa Applications—Risking A 10-Year Entry Ban

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It’s 2021 and communication has become swift and reliable. Similarly, checking the authenticity of any piece of information or document has become easier and could be done even from the comfort of your home. Despite the above, some applicants somewhat believe that the entire UK Visas & Immigration department under the Home Office is grossly … Read more

Ghanaian Lady Finally Receives Her U.K Visitor’s Visa After Home Office’s Initial Refusal Is Overturned Through Judicial Review By Adukus Solicitors

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Yet another unreasonable decision by the Home Office against a client has been overturned after a legal battle I led at Adukus Solicitors. As some reports have shown in the past, the UK Home Office tends to refuse visitor visas from Africa at a higher rate than those from other continents, and often when challenged … Read more

Do You Have An Invitation To Join The British Army? How I Helped A Ghanaian Recruit To Get His Visa To The U.K For His Assessment

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This is a UK visitor’s visa, obtained today, for a young man from Ghana who is coming to the UK for his British Army Assessment to join the Army. About a month ago, the young man contacted me—to inform me that he has received a letter of invitation from the British Army’s recruitment team, to … Read more

And Who Said Ghana Is Getting Better? ─ Chris-Vincent Asks

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In the last one month that I have been running social media commercials for the law firm where I worked supported by many Ghanaian Celebrities, I have received hundreds of phone calls and emails—almost everyone looking to relocate from Ghana.

The calls are from people who want to relocate with their entire families, students, highly skilled persons and even the unskilled.

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UK’s Home Office Reimbursement or Compensation For Anyone Who Was Requested to Provide DNA Evidence in Applications Has Started

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Following a recent policy update which emphasised the need for immigration applicants not to be asked to provide DNA evidence in their applications, a new scheme has been set up to ensure anyone who was requested by the Home Office to provide DNA gets the cost of the DNA back.

A hotline and a taskforce have been set up by the Home Office to aid in receiving such claims from the public and expediting action on all such complaints.

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