Armed forces to face family visa restrictions.
Servicemen and women will have to reach a minimum income threshold in order to sponsor a non-EU spouse's visa.
The rules, which have applied to most families since 2012, will come into force from 1 December.
Home Office threatens boy, 7, with deportation.
The Home Office has written to a boy to tell him he must leave the country as he was born in Canada, despite the fact that his mother is a British national.
Sara Leung, who has dual Canadian and British nationality, moved her family to Southport, Merseyside, in June 2012.
Southport MP John Pugh said asking Jamie, 7, to leave his family showed a "lack of humanity and common sense".
This letter is the product of a warped mind.
Headteacher wins deportation row reprieve.
A HEADTEACHER who was threatened with deportation is celebrating the news that the Home Office has granted him a reprieve.
David MacIsaac, who has lived in Dumfries and Galloway for nine years, enlisted the help of local MP Russell Brown, who raised his case with the Home Office.
He met and married his Scottish wife Susan nearly five years ago. She has since been diagnosed with cancer.
When it came to renew his papers Mr MacIsaac sought permanent residency as her spouse, but the Home Office turned him down, refusing to recognise the relationship as genuine.
Last week, officials admitted that was a mistake but said the visa refusal stood because he had applied for the wrong type.
This is an insane position for 'officials' to take.
Harley Miller in the UK.
On 31st October my renewal application for residency in the UK was rejected after legally living here for 9 years. This page is about this experience.