Drawn-out UK golden visa review is 'unfortunate' and 'unclear'

Mark Battersby
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City law firm Kingsley Napley has criticised the UK government's review of historic golden visas given to oligarchs and the super rich between 2008 and 2015, for money laundering and security risk reasons. Citing a recent report in The Times which suggested this review has been significantly more comprehensive than previous changes and has taken more than three years, Kingsley Napley said the delay was "unfortunate and it is unclear how the report will be used". This was especially so as most of its subjects were almost certainly going to now hold indefinite leave to remain and in man...

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