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EU Referendum - What would Brexit mean for immigration?

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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Tier 2 Visas - iam: latest immigration news

New Tier 2 Visa Restrictions after MAC Reviews

Latest Immigration News: Last year the Home Office commissioned the independent Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to advise on restricting Tier 2 visas to genuine skills shortages and highly specialised experts and to undertake a review of nursing shortages. The MAC’s reports can be found at www.gov.uk As a  result, new immigration reforms will be introduced in…
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Latest immigration news from the Home office

HO Changes to Immigration Rules, April 2016 – Latest Immigration News

Statement of changes to the Immigration Rules: HC877, 11 march 2016 announces the latest immigration news which will affect applications made on or after 6 April 2016: NHS debt and litigation costs The NHS debt threshold is being reduced from £1000 to £500. A new rule is being added to allow an application to be…
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Health Workers

Immigrant Health Workers in the UK

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)  has found that Britain relies more heavily on foreign health workers than any other major EU nation. Its International Migration Outlook 2015 revealed that more than a third of NHS doctors – 35.4 per cent – were born overseas, compared with just 5 per cent in Italy, 10.7…
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uk nursing - Medical treatment professionals

UK Nursing Visas – Are you a qualified nurse?

Want to Get into UK Nursing? Registered nurses who qualified abroad can come and work in the UK. You will need to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) first before you can be employed in the UK as a nurse. Trained Outside the European Union/European Economic Area If you were trained outside the…
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