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Domestic Violence Support Resource

The South Eastern Domestic Violence Partnership has collated a list of organisations able to provide help and support in the area of Domestic Violence. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS DOCUMENT

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Migrant Rights Network – Dossier

The Migrant Rights Network have identified a trend among families affected by the £18,600 minimum income requirement, who are already facing long periods of separation from their loved ones who are reporting that their non-European Partners are also being refused entry to the UK as a visitor. They are putting together an urgent dossier on this issue to circulate among …

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IMMIGRATION ADVICE PROVIDED BY S.T.E.P

S.T.E.P provides Immigration Law advice at Level 3. Since 2001 there has been a significant growth in Immigration into Northern Ireland from countries outside the British Isles. Since the enlargement of the European Union in 2004, there have been more and more people coming into Northern Ireland and as such, there is a growing need for immigration legal advisors in …

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Immigration

Immigration Law Under UK immigration law, only authorised individuals can give immigration advice to help you prepare and submit a visa application. Immigration advisers must be registered with the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC). All authorised agents have an authorisation number from the OISC. Levels of service The levels of service that can be provided:  OISC Level Level …

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New BME Study Wales– Joseph Rowntree Foundation

New BME Study Wales– Joseph Rowntree Foundation A new  Joseph Rowntree Foundation study  focuses on the experiences of people in Wales from five ethnic groups groups – Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Polish, Somali and white British/Welsh. The research included those living in a large city, the north Wales coast, the south Wales valleys and the countryside. Some Results Include: There were marked …

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Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission visit Banbridge

Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission visit Banbridge On Friday 18th October the Chair of Banbridge District Council is hosting a visit by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission.  This as a good opportunity for you and your clients or members to get to know the Commission and its work and to give your constituents a chance to air their views directly …

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Working in Northern Ireland

Introduction to working in Northern Ireland People who work in the United Kingdom have a number of employment rights and responsibilities – find out what they are and where to get further information. Getting started If you’re not from the United Kingdom or another part of the European Union, you’ll usually need permission to work and may require a work permit. …

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