Category: UK Immigration

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Student Visas after Brexit

A Guide to Student Visas Post Brexit

The UK education sector is one of the biggest in the world with a successful selection of world-famous universities, colleges, and schools hosting a wide range of students from around the world Despite the former British Prime Minister, Theresa May, triggering Article 50 on 29 March 2017, there is still a great deal of uncertainty…
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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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EU Citizens Staying in the UK After Brexit

The UK government has finally announced the answer to the question that was preoccupying many EU citizens, “What will happen to us after Brexit?”     If you are an EU citizen or a family member and would like to stay in the UK after Brexit you will need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme…
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London Comes Out as Top in Cities of Opportunity Index

So where are the best IT jobs these days? For two consecutive years, London came out as top in PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Cities of Opportunity Index.  The index provides a balanced benchmark on the social and economic health of 30 leading cities around the world. Measuring it against 10 indicators such as technology readiness and cost,…
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Anti hate protest - human rights claims

Certification of Human Rights Claims

Immigration Act 2016, which came into force on 12 May 2016, brought a series of major changes to immigration law and implemented offences, penalties and schemes to tackle illegal migration. The latest scheme to be implemented came into force on the 1st December 2016 wherein the 2016 Act amended section 94B of the Nationality, Immigration…
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