Category: Living in the UK

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

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Вritish Рassport- Ноw Lоng Dоеѕ It Тake to Get Оnе and How to Avoid Delays?

Тhіs hаs bееn а quеstіоn thаt mаnу Вrіtіsh nаtіоnаls hаvе роndеrеd fоr уеаrs. Вrіtіsh раssроrts аrе раssроrts іssuеd bу thе Unіtеd Κіngdоm tо thоsе hоldіng аnу fоrm оf Вrіtіsh nаtіоnаlіtу. Оwіng tо thе dіffеrеnt tуреs оf Вrіtіsh nаtіоnаlіtу, thеrе аrе dіffеrеnt tуреs оf Вrіtіsh раssроrts аs а rеsult. А Вrіtіsh раssроrt еnаblеs thеіr bеаrеr tо…
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You’re a Skilled Chef (or Aspiring to be)? The UK Needs You!

From amazing attractions such as Big Ben in London, cool castles, fascinating buildings, awesome parks and museums, Harry Potter, as well as deep-rooted culture, UK has attracted people from all over the world. If you’re interested in finding a job in UK and couldn’t wait to start a new life in UK, there’s one possible…
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5 Reasons Why You Should Work in the UK and Apply for a Tier 2 Visa

Globalisation has had a huge impact on our lives. It allows us and sometimes forces us to leave our familiar places, looking for new professional opportunities. Have you considered working abroad? Or in the UK, for that matter? We want to give you five good reasons in favour of getting your tier 2 visa to work in…
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What would EU Referendum mean for immigration?

With talks of a “brexit” looming large in the media, a lot of talk about what it will mean if the UK was to vote out of the EU, we thought it may be good to give a comment on what will really happen. Over the weekend, we were discussing the EU referendum and three arguments stood…
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Family Holidays

Can we finally take children out of school for family holidays?

Are you planning your family holidays in 2016? Tighter school attendance policies from September 2013 meant that children aged 5-16 at English state schools (private schools are exempt) must go to school “regularly”. The Department for Education believes “regular” means your child going to school every single day, with attendance not falling below 90% (1…
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