Month: May 2015

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Family members of EEA Nationals

If you are not a European national but a family member or an extended family member of one, you can come with them to reside in the United Kingdom. What you need to know about Family members of EEA Nationals. You are a family member if you are the EEA national’s: spouse or civil partner; children…
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iam Friday Feeling – China

China provides the biggest number of new immigrants to the UK, figures have disclosed. Figures released by the Office for National Statistics disclosed that 40,000 people came to the UK last year from the country, meaning that for the first time China has provided more migrants to Britain than any other nation. When you are…
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Suddenly, 1 month internship has passed

I am Young Eun Shim, a Global Business Management student at Coventry University London campus. Now, it’s about time for a reflection on my internship during 1 month so far: what I leaned and improved through the internship and how this experience has influenced my future. The opportunity to work for IAM as an intern…
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Why David Cameron reiterates commitment to cutting net migration?

David Cameron says immigration remains a priority. Tory ambition of ensuring net migration is cut to the tens of thousands of people will be and remain committed by David Cameron and Theresa May. <<Cameron is understood to have told the cabinet that he will show his determination to keep his word on Europe by publishing the bill…
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Iam Friday Feeling Australia

Everybody is ready for one more Friday Feeling and this time is Australia. Australia is a country and a continent surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans. The country is known mostly for its Sydney Opera House. Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide are the major cities but the capital of Australia is Canberra. Australia is…
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