Month: June 2014

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Life saving transplant deny

The brother of Musa Gibba was stopped of enter in UK by the Immigration Office. Musa Gibba brother should donate kidney for life saving transplant. Of course, no matter what, this situation is heartbreaking. Lets analyse better: why the Entry Clearance of his brother was refused? The Immigration Office ruled there was unqualified evidence he…
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Spouse Visas & Partners Visa Applications - IAM

2 Years means Relationship – not Co-Habitation in Partner’s Visa Application

In a judgement regarding partner’s visa applications, handed down by the immigration upper tribunal in the UK; Fetle (Partners: two year requirement) [2014] UKUT 00267 (IAC),

English Language Secure Test

After the polemic on the beginning of this year about English Tests, ETS is no longer licensed by the Home Office to award Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) and Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) iBT tests for UK immigration purposes. Because of this, customers should use another test provider. If…
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Benefits of Immigration

Despite the recent polemics about “Immigration this…, Immigration that…”, lets talk about the benefits of immigration. To the question: Why do people migrate? People migrate for many different reasons: economic, social, political or even environmental causes (like flooding). Also, some people choose to migrate to another country to enhance their career opportunities. The benefits of…
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