A Highland-based soldier will be reunited with his daughter in Scotland after the Home Office ruled her application now met immigration rules.
People from overseas living in the north-east will now be forced to make a 200-mile round trip to use biometric services to apply for immigration documents.
Delays in securing Visas for vital new staff have been blamed for some of the recruitment problems at Dr Gray’s hospital in Elgin.
Visa card payments are failing across the UK and Europe.
Politicians have held crisis talks with government officials calling for changes to immigration rules for fishermen and fruit pickers to help protect both industries.
A fisheries chief has outlined how a bespoke visa system is needed for the fishing industry following Brexit.
A farming organisation has called for clarification on post-Brexit immigration policy, particularly around seasonal workers.
Immigration officials insisted yesterday that they were working with the family of an elderly Highland woman fighting deportation from Australia.
The squeeze on household finances will be in sharp focus this week as the latest inflation figures are released and rate-setters gather in the wake of the shock general election result.
A Highland family facing deportation to Australia yesterday gave a Westminster committee an insight into the human impact of the immigration system.
A north-east man embroiled in a visa row has said he “desperately” wants to come home with his new bride.
The five-year-old daughter of an oil worker fighting to bring his family back home from Brazil cries herself to sleep most nights, the Press and Journal has been told.
An oil worker claims his family has been torn apart by red tape after a Home Office visa ruling left his wife and children stranded on the other side of the world.