Category: Living in the UK

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

UK Travel Chaos: Travel Delays Due To Border Strikes Mid-February

Travellers returning to the United Kindom mid-February have been warned to expect delays due to the latest round of strikes by Border Force officials over disputes on pay, jobs and working conditions.  It has been reported that around 1,000 members of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) at four UK ports will walk out from…
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Passport Warning: Passport Blank Pages

As holiday destinations overseas open for visitors, all travellers are being urged to check the blank pages in their passports before jetting off for their getaway this year. Passport validity is not the only detail holidaymakers need to be conscious of. Travellers need to ensure that when planning a trip abroad, they must check that…
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India Has Strike Deals To Get Working Holiday Visas For Young Indian

Exciting news for Indians who are looking for a travel opportunity and a chance to immerse themselves in a culture different from their own while young. The Indian government has been striking trade deals with economic powerhouses that includes provisions for cultural exchange under a working holiday scheme. The Working Holiday Scheme is an incredible…
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Brexit Passport Checks Leads To Fewer Passengers On Eurostar

Hundreds of seats are deliberately going unsold on Eurostar trains as the cross-Channel train operator struggles with post-Brexit passport checks. The company’s Chief executive Gwendoline Cazenave said with post-Brexit border checks and current levels of border staff, there were “bottlenecks” in stations. “We have a main issue in Eurostar terminals because of the new boarding…
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Travel Warning Due To UK Border Force Strike

Holidaymakers are being warned to expect disruption at UK airports next week as Border Force staff have confirmed further strike action. The proposed strike is set to start on 01 February until 7 am on 02 February. The Public and Commercial Service (PCS) will be walking out in “the largest civil service strike for years”.…
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