Category: News & Events

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Removals process proved to be a chaos

A report looking at the removals process at the Home Office has just been published by The Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration. But, what it is in fact the removals? Well,  “administrative removals” or just “removals” apply to the loads of cases involving the obligatory removal of non-citizens who had entered the country illegally…
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Immigration incursions found to be unauthorised

Immigration incursions found to be unauthorised in two thirds of the cases. The report on immigration enforcement by the Home Office and, made by the Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, John Vine found to be 59% of the cases to be unauthorised entering business premises and not making use of  the internal guidance. This is alarming! It…
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Immigration Rules and Sponsorship Arrangements – Changes

A written ministerial statement has been laid in Parliament outlining a number of changes to the Immigration Rules, on Thursday 13 March 2014. The following changes, will come into effect only on 6 April 2014, introduce better flexibility for businesses and support growth. Changes include: • Expanding the Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) category to allow…
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Venezuelans travelling to the UK will need to apply for a visa

From 5 May 2014, Venezuelans nationals travelling to the UK will need to apply for visa, including holders of biometric passports. The existing visa requirements to work, to study (for more than six months) and for family migration will not change, they will remain the same. Applicants should apply for their visa online. Applicants will book…
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To all the migrants into UK: Well Done

For this days on the English newspapers, highlighted titles such as “Migrant Entrepreneurs Prove Their Worth”, “One in six Reading businesses have been set up by immigrants” and “Immigrants more highly qualified than Brits – Manchester Uni study” are very important for us. <<The headlines are buzzing about immigration, especially as the 2015 elections are…
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