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Immigo Feature Update - Additional Marital Statuses

A little update for our Immigo users today – we’ve added two additional marital statuses to the Applicant profile in Immigo: “Registered Partner” and “ 80 more words


Law Presumes in Favour of Marriage – And Against Concubinage

In the case of A. Dinohamy v. W.L. Balahamy, AIR 1927 PC 185, it was held that where a man and woman are proved to have lived together as husband and wife, the law will presume, unless the contrary is clearly proved, that they were living together in consequence of a valid marriage and not in a state of concubinage. 247 more words

Civil Law

Practical Guides for New Students: A Guide to Life in Edinburgh for Dependants

Moving to Edinburgh with a partner or your family is a major decision and there are many  practicals issues you will need to consider, such as immigration, finances, healthcare, accommodation, schooling, and much more. 38 more words


Women in Crime

By Cassie Greenwald

Women are not expected to be criminals and if they are, often they are described as ‘mad not bad.’ This is because of the view that women… 742 more words


Court of Appeal: American Visitor’s Appeal Allowed

PG (USA) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department EWCA Civ 118 (26 February 2015)

In this case, Elias and Fulford LJJ, Dame Janet Smith allowed Phyllis Gain’s appeal and remitted the matter to the Upper Tribunal in order for the… 2,186 more words

Article 8

IRS Completes The "Dirty Dozen" Tax Scams for 2015

The Internal Revenue Service wrapped up the 2015 “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams today with a warning to taxpayers about aggressive telephone scams continuing coast-to-coast during the early weeks of this year’s filing season. 240 more words


Really, The IRS Is Here To Help

Contrary to what you may have heard the IRS is here to help. Sure, fail to pay your taxes and you might see a side you don’t want to see, but if you’re one of the vast majority of Americans that pay their taxes and pay them on time the… 77 more words