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Hi all,after supreme court decision on 22nd of February thousands of cases are on hold waiting for the new legislation by immigration office. Yesterday immigration office has announced a new statement of changes , to make immigration rules in accordance to 22nd February judgment of supreme court. These changes will be applicable from 10th of august. Can anyone of you aware of the changes which they introduced new? Or what kind of relaxation they gave.
 

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Full Statement in https://www.gov.uk/government/uploa..._data/file/630926/60429_HC_290_Accessible.pdf
Reading briefly, no great changes. Where applicant fails to meet the financial requirement under Appendix FM, and there are exceptional circumstances, Home Office must consider other sources of income and support, including by a third party. This will only be considered if rejecting the application would cause considerable disruption to family life and would breach the provision of Human Rights Act. Other minor changes include possibility of being returned to 5-year route after being placed on 10-year route if the applicant later can meet the financial requirement, partner of those under refugee or human right provision can only get settlement after their partner, and minor clarification on English test.
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What changes are in the new rule

Want to know you if the IHS surcharge has been increase and by how much,and what other changes are there to note.please I need response quickly.intending to apply by September when my wife would have been 6 month in uk .
 
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