Category: Immigration updates

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Post Graduate Employment for International Students

Post-study work rights for international students have been restricted since 2012, when the then-Home Secretary Theresa May reduced the amount of time international students could stay in the UK after graduation to just four months. This era of tough restrictions seems to be over as on the 11 September 2019, as the UK Government announced…
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What to Do Post Brexit as an EEA National – EU Citizens in UK after Brexit

On 31 January, the UK left the EU and now begins the process of negotiating its relationship with the EU. This follows a number extensions on 10 April 2019 where the EU granted an extension to 31st October 2019. Then On 29th October 2019, the EU granted the UK a further extension to Article 50…
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Everything You Need to Know About ETIAS

ETIAS, which stands for European Travel Information and Authorisation, is an online system that permits and tracks visitors from visa-exempt countries to enter the Schengen Zone. This system was inspired by the U.S. Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) currently in place. Because of the unfortunate terrorist attacks happening around the world and the migrant…
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Tier 2 and Tier 4 Visa Changes You Need to Know About

The end of 2016 wasn’t as quiet as we’d wish for. A 70-page document – Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules – has been published outlining Visa changes to existing UK immigration rules. As overwhelming as reading a 70-page document may sound, we’re here to help you and guide you through everything. In the following lines,…
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How Police Registration Is Changing for UK Immigration

UK Visas & Immigration sent out a communication today to confirm how the requirements for foreign migrants Police Registration is changing. Anyone that is a national of the following countries are required to register with the Police in the UK. But the process is about to change under the Police Registration requirements. Nationals of Afghanistan,…
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