Month: December 2016

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Brexit And Immigration: What Would This Mean for Europe?

Brexit and immigration – it’s hard to think about one without the other. Immigration was a subject people in the ”Leave” campaign used to persuade British people to vote out of the European Union. That happened all throughout the EU referendum campaign. Immigration was often portrayed as something that mostly has adverse consequences on Britain. The…
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5 Ways People Living in the UK Will Be Affected by Brexit

The only thing we know for sure after the UK has voted to leave the European Union is that we don’t know anything for sure. No one seems to be able to tell exactly what happens next. A lot of people are directly affected by Brexit. Even though we don’t know precisely how things will change…
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The Do’s And Don’ts When Owning A Tier 2 UK Visa

The UK remains one of the best places where you can live and work. That makes it a desired destination for people wanting to improve themselves, gain experience and make a better living. If you’re a foreign national and want to seek future career opportunities in the UK, then you should know that you will need…
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Why You Should Apply for a Residence Visa after Brexit

The Brexit vote doesn’t only affect those who are considering coming to the UK in the future, but also those who already live here. The vote has made many immigrants question their status in the UK. Thus, most of them now want to get a residence visa after Brexit.  But is it a good idea?…
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Migration Policies after Brexit: What Kind of Changes Should You Expect?

There’s a lot of uncertainty after the Brexit vote. The UK voting out of the European Union left many EEA Nationals living in the UK doubting their status in the country. Also, those who are considering coming into the country or who are already here and want to settle permanently might feel confused when it…
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