Month: November 2014

Visas, Immigration & Nationality


Good news arrived for ll marriages and civil partnerships: notice period doubled from next spring. In England and Wales, future notice of all marriages will be doubled from 15 to 28 days. The Part 4 of the Immigration Act 2014 is to be took into full effect on 2 March 2015. Like this will be created new…
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More Protection to Students at Private Providers

Great news on Education, specially for students at private providers. In resume, the plan allows students at private providers in receipt of Student Loans Company funding the right to take unresolved complaints to the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education (OIA). Like this, they will have the same rights as students at publicly-funded institutions.…
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Students protest

<<Police have made 11 arrests after thousands of students marched through London protesting against education cuts, tuition fees and student debt.>>, BBC News online. Lets talk about the tuition fees: should they go up or should they go down? Well, aparently in England they should not go up surely because otherwise we wouldn’t have such…
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UK needs 500 nurses this 2014!

The UK needs Filipino nurses to replace its ageing nursing workforce. UK’s Centre for Workforce and the Royal College of Nursing said that 24% of its pool of registered nurses are set to retire in the next five years. According to Labour Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz, Philippines Overseas Labour Office had received and verified job orders…
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iam presents

 iam immigration and migration presents a new website focus on Nurses, ONP Oversesa Nursing Program and Employm.   You can read more info here.