Naturalisation is the process by which a person who has been granted Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK can apply to become a British Citizen and obtain a British Passport. Who is eligible to apply for Naturalisation? To become a British Citizen an applicant must be able to fulfil the following criteria: Be 18
John Veale of Kangs Solicitors considers the law and procedure in relation to the offence. The Offence Gross negligence manslaughter (‘the offence’) arises when a person dies as a result of the negligence of another. The offence is a form of involuntary manslaughter where: the defendant is ostensibly acting lawfully but acts in such a
Sentencing Council Issues Guidance For Sentencing Drug Drivers The Sentencing Council has recently issued guidance, (‘the sentencing guidance’), in relation to the relatively new offence of drug driving. It should be noted from the outset that the sentencing guidance does not have the same authority as Sentencing Guidelines and the Courts need not follow the
Amandeep Murria of Kangs Solicitors highlights the change in the evidential burden placed upon employers to ensure they do not employ illegal workers Section 35 Immigration Act 2016 | Kangs Advisory Solicitors As from the 12th July 2016 it is an offence if an employer employs a person knowing or having reasonable cause to believe
In a recent article Colin Parker of Kangs Solicitors commented upon the duties of both employers and employees to protect the health, safety and welfare of all those involved in their workplace. That article drew attention to the financial penalties that had been imposed for the failures leading to the incident highlighted. The tragic case
Kangs Solicitors have been instructed to represent an individual in relation to information the Police want to include on his enhanced DBS. The information relates to sexual allegations made by health care professionals when they attended his property. The Police want to include the details of these allegations on his DBS notwithstanding that, following a
A Kangs client was recently acquitted of money laundering allegations following a trial at Southwark Crown Court. Our client was one of eight defendants charged with a combination of fraud and money laundering offences following a City of London Police investigation in to an alleged “boiler room” fraud operated by a company called Taylor &
Following the submission of detailed representations to Greater Manchester Police, they have decided not to disclose information on our client’s enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (‘DBS’) Certificate. Background | Kangs Criminal Team Kangs Solicitors were instructed to represent a medical doctor in relation to information the Police wanted to include on his enhanced DBS certificate.
Sharan Rupra of Kangs Solicitors discusses a current case involving a client whose Permanent Residence application under the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 (‘the Act’) for herself and her three children has recently been refused. The History | Kangs Immigration Team Our Danish national client and her three dependant children arrived in the UK
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