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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has had a significant impact on UK immigration services and compliance issues. Key developments include:
It is likely that further rule changes will be made, and updated guidance issued, in the days and weeks ahead.
Many of the implications of COVID-19 may arise in the future after life returns to ‘normal’. Whilst certain actions may seem to be ‘common sense’ now, this may not be the case several years into the future. For example, when a migrant applies for an extension or indefinite leave to remain, the issue of overstaying or absences will be relevant. The Home Office will continue to scrutinise sponsor records during audits. The dates and implications of COVID-19 may be a distant memory. Visa holders and sponsors should therefore ensure they retain robust and detailed records of matters such as absences and unpaid leave (eg, dates and reasons why) in readiness for future immigration applications and Home Office audits.
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