Month: October 2014

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Trick or treat?!

Well, you might celebrate it but do you know the history of Halloween?! Evolving from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain, modern Halloween has become less about literal ghosts and ghouls and more about costumes and candy definitely. The Celts used the day to mark the end of the harvest season and the beginning of…
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The Immigration Factor

Today, on UK newspapers covers the subject is IMMIGRATION. Don’t let you down with this. The “emergency break” is just another way of amusement to talk about it. A lot of things are now on the table, the vague reports about immigration will be no more excuse and David Cameron will need to deal with it wherever…
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Immigration reforms

In July 2014, the Government introduced new powers to stop criminals in the UK using family life arguments to delay their deportation. This has enabled Home Office to remove over 100 criminals since July. From October 2014, criminals will no longer be able to appeal against the Home Office’s decision that their deportation is conducive…
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Tier 4 student visa

Wondering how to extend your Student Visa or how to switch Tier, read here the options you have after Tier 4 Student Visa. TIER 2 GENERAL This is the route to take employment after you graduate. The initial visa is granted for three years with a right to extend it for further two years. After…
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LIVE on radio Radyo Pilipino UK

Our paralegal, Luke Annis, will discuss NMC changes on online radio for Filipino community on Sunday, Oct 26.