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Key immigration issues impacting RMC clients

The implications of the changes to the minimum income requirement for partner visas

Written by RMC Immigration Department Manager, Danai Papachristopoulou After months of deliberation, the minimum income requirement that spouses of British and settled people need in order to enter or stay in the UK, is increasing today. On the 4th of December 2023, the Home Secretary announced a five-point plan to ‘deliver the biggest ever cut[…]

Launch of West Midlands Immigration Network 22/23 impact report

This week, The Refugee and Migrant Centre (RMC), Brushstrokes, Citizens Advice Staffordshire North and Stoke on Trent (CASNS) and Hope Projects released the first report showcasing the impact of the West Midlands Immigration Network. A year on since the project began, the report highlights some of the achievements of the Network in its first year of operation and presents[…]

Mayoral visits in Walsall

RMC in Walsall Since 2017 RMC has been working in Walsall, with our service expanding each year with 2452 clients and their families supported in 2022/23. Starting out as a base to deliver the Syrian Resettlement project, it quickly became apparent that there was a demand for more support in the community. RMC then opened[…]

RMC internship

The experience of Krutika, after just completing her internship at RMC RMC has a wide range of ways to get involved, gain experience and develop. We work with local organisations, universities and more to reach the community to offer these opportunities and we are always so delighted when someone comes on board, grows and also[…]

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