UK Citizenship Series: EU Settlement Scheme – What now?

by Mishal Patel | Sep 2, 2021

Registered UK immigration adviser, Alexandra Varga, answers your questions about the EU Settlement scheme, including how to prove your right t...

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Family income benefit: Protecting your children when you’re gone

by Bill Monty | Sep 1, 2021

Do you worry about how your children will be provided for should you pass away? Are you concerned about how their education will be paid for w...

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Five reasons to consider Montenegro citizenship-by-investment – while you still can

by Andrew Rissik | Aug 27, 2021

Montenegro’s citizenship-by-investment programme is one of the best for South Africans for a variety of reasons. Set to close at the end of 20...

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British naturalisation: 8 common mistakes to avoid

by Mishal Patel | Aug 26, 2021

Naturalisation is the final step to becoming a British citizen. As a British national, your rights, and those of your family, are more secure....

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Your child, the global citizen

by Sam Hopwood | Aug 26, 2021

As you zip up the suitcases and prepare to move abroad, one concern might be the impact relocation will have on your children. Rest assured, t...

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Indefinite leave to remain: Your first step towards UK citizenship

by John Dunn | Aug 23, 2021

Indefinite leave to remain (ILR), is the first step you’ll take to becoming a UK citizen. Here’s a guide on how to qualify and apply for perma...

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International money transfers: The best way to save in 2021

by Gemma Blommaert | Aug 16, 2021

In today’s digital world, sending money overseas should be fast, flexible and secure. There’s no need for exorbitant bank fees when there are ...

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Risky business: Underinsurance is a big threat to your business

by Scott Brown | Aug 12, 2021

Business insurance doesn’t only help you hedge against the risks of financial losses but also gives you peace of mind that you’re covered shou...

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New UK capital gains tax rules: Pay in 30 days or face penalties

by Scott Brown | Aug 5, 2021

Do not wait until the next tax year to report gains on UK residential property sold after 6 April 2020. You may have to pay interest and a pen...

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