Visas, Immigration & Nationality

The UK Political System

The general election will take place on Thursday 7 May 2015. To vote in the election you must be on the electoral register. You can register online or by post. Did you ever wonder how The UK Political System works in fact? While doing the test About the Life in the UK one of the questions subjects can…
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Biometric Residence Permits

Biometric Residence Permits (BRPs) are for non-EEA nationals travelling to the UK for more than six months. They started to be issued from 18th March 2015 and and the program for entry clearance started with applications made from Pakistan. BRPs provide a more protected, streamlined and rapid method for applicants and businesses to verify someone’s identity and…
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UK Tier 2 FAQ

UK Tier 2 FAQ: The Tier 2 list of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). 1. Can I work in the time remaining on my Tier 4 student visa after my course ends? Most students can stay in the UK for around four months after their course finishes. During this period, you can work full-time in a…
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New UK Student Visa Charges for Indians

New UK Student Visa Charges for Indians: what do you need to know. Indians students in the United Kingdom (UK) will now have to pay a fee to cover possible treatment under the country’s National Health Service (NHS). The payment, announced Friday, is part of a broader push to recoup some of the cost to…
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English Language Requirements

English Language Requirements for PBS Applications

Nowadays, everybody is talking about the reinforcement and importance of English Language Requirements for PBS Applications. When making an application for a UK immigration Visa under the Points Based System (PBS), you must score 10 points for English under the “English Language Requirements” language. You can score points if you: are a national of a majority English-speaking country;…
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