Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Youth Mobility Scheme 2014 for Japanese Nationals

For 2014 we have news about “Youth Mobility Scheme”. This category is specific for Japanese nationals who live abroad and will be available in January 2014. The number of the vacancies will be 1000, and if your application is successful you will be able to live, work and study in the UK for up to…
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New Immigration forms

New Home Office Application Forms Released

UK Immigration and Visas have launched new application forms that are to be used from 1 December 2013 for in-country applications. There is now a new FLR (FP) form that is to be used in place of the FLR (O) application form if you are applying for limited leave to remain in the UK on…
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Update to New English Language Tests

The Home Office have made some amendments to the list of approved English language tests for applicants applying for a UK immigration visa under tiers 1, 2 and 4 of the points-based system and for spouse or partner applications. The updated list include the contact details for test providers and clarifies the acceptable test levels…
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Public Funds for the Benefit of Immigration

For the purposes of the Immigration Rules the following benefits and forms of support count as public funds: Attendance allowance Carers allowance Child benefit

Home Office Interview – Genuine and Subsisting Relationship

Information regarding the United Kingdom Border Agency’s (UKBA) approach to assessing the genuineness of a relationship for visa purposes and some examples of interview questions: GENUINE AND SUBSISTING RELATIONSHIP If you are applying to enter the UK, or for permission to stay or settle here, you will need to satisfy the UKBA that your relationship…
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