Category: UK Visa News

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

UK Starts Electronic Visa Rollout

Good news for UK visa holders! You can say goodbye to physical documents and hello to the future of UK digital visas. The UK government is launching a major digital immigration initiative to transition visa holders from physical documents to eVisas. The rollout of digital status is the next stage in the government’s plan to…
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UK Passport: Set To Increase By 7% In April 2024

UK passport application fees are set to rise again in April. While the changes are technically subject to parliamentary scrutiny, it’s unlikely they’ll be blocked. The Home Office, which runs the Passport Office, says the new fees will help it to improve its services. It’s the second year in a row that British passport application…
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British Government Launch A Probe On Graduate Route Visa

The Home Office has commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to conduct a rapid review of the Graduate Route visa, a post-study work option for international students. The review, requested by Home Secretary James Cleverly, aims to assess the visa route’s effectiveness in attracting and retaining the brightest students while supporting the UK’s higher education…
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UK Bans Family Members on Health and Care Worker Visas

Overseas care workers will be banned from bringing family members with them on their visa under the new rules. The Health and Care Worker Visa is open to qualified doctors, nurses, and other health and adult social care professionals who wish to undertake an eligible job with the NHS, an NHS supplier, or in adult…
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UK Invites Indian Professionals Via Lottery System

The United Kingdom government has initiated an opportunity for numerous young Indian nationals to relocate to the UK through the India Young Professionals Scheme. The inaugural ballot for the year is now live and is set to conclude at 2:30 pm Indian Standard Time on February 22, 2024. Eligible Indian citizens can participate at any…
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