Month: July 2015

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Things You Need To Know About Changes in UK Immigration Rules

Statement of Changes in UK Immigration rules HC 297, published on 13 July 2015, were not very good news, particularly for international students. It is quite obvious that main changes intend to reduce numbers of applications in order to reduce net migration. Tier 4 International Students New students applying to study at publicly-funded further education colleges will no longer have…
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Overseas Criminal Record Certificate

Why Overseas Criminal Record Certificate Req is not scary at all?

From 1 September 2015 a criminal record certificate must be shown by overseas applicants when applying for Tier 1 Investor and Tier 1 Entrepreneur visas in the UK. Increasingly, Criminal Record Checks are becoming common worldwide and for UK immigration laws. You might remember that in April 2015, Gov.UK introduced a new rule to require…
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Новый бюджет Джорджа Осборна 2015

Новый бюджет, предложенный консерваторами впервые за последние 20 лет, направлен на обеспечение экономической, финансовой и национальной безопасности Соединенного Королевства. Планируются следующие основные изменения: Новый национальный прожиточный минимум для граждан старше 25 лет увеличится до £7,20 в час с апреля 2015, и до £9 в час с 2020 года. 2% национального дохода Великобритании будет потрачено на…
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What you need to know about a new Budget 2015

New George Osborne’s Budget 2015 A new Conservative Budget in nearly 20 years is making a shift to a Tory economic model, focussing on economic, financial and national security of the UK. The following key changes are being planned for the UK budget 2015: New National Living Wage for over-25s will increase to £7.20 an hour…
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Overseas Criminal Record Certificate

immigration law and new danish government

COPENHAGEN, Immigration Minister Inger Stoejberg says “the effect is hopefully” fewer asylum-seekers, calling it “a very clear goal” for the new government, which took office Sunday. In 2014, 15,000 people sought asylum in Denmark, twice as seen in 2013. Stoejberg said Wednesday that a single person would get nearly 6,000 kroner ($900) a month instead…
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