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UK IMMIGRATION AFTER BREXIT

UK IMMIGRATION AFTER BREXIT Priti Patel, UK  Home Secretary guarantees points-based system. The Home secretary has promised to “take back control” of Britain’s frontiers by eliminating the free movement of people “once and for all” post Brexit. “As an alternative, we will commence an Australian-style points-based immigration system,” the home secretary informed representatives at the […]

NEW IMMIGRATION POLICIES AFTER BREXIT

NEW IMMIGRATION POLICIES AFTER BREXIT If there is a Brexit with no deal, new United Kingdom border rules will be launched to make it tougher for lawbreakers to come to the United Kingdom. In a step indicating the termination of free movement in its present condition, a stricter United Kingdom lawbreaking limit for EEA nationals […]

LATEST RULES FOR OVERSTAYERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

LATEST RULES FOR OVER-STAYERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM Recently, the UK Home Office published revised policy guidance for applications from overstayers in the United Kingdom. After being identified as an overstayer can make life problematic to survive as your fundamental rights to work, lease and bank can be taken away, and the possibility of being […]

NEW IMMIGRATION POLICIES AFTER BREXIT

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NEW IMMIGRATION POLICIES AFTER BREXIT If there is a Brexit with no deal, new United Kingdom border rules will be launched to make it tougher for lawbreakers to come to the United Kingdom. In a step indicating the termination of free movement in its present condition, a stricter United Kingdom lawbreaking limit for EEA nationals […]

POST-STUDY VISA (PSW) RESTORED AGAIN

POST-STUDY VISA (PSW) RESTORED AGAIN After the dissolution of the Post-Study Work Visa (PSW) in the year 2012 by Theresa May, the scheme will return in the year 2020. International students studying at a University in the United Kingdom who graduate with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree will be able to work in the United […]

GOOD NEWS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM POST BREXIT.

    GOOD NEWS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM POST BREXIT. Latest rules will permit international students to get jobs for one year   Overseas students will be allowed visa extensions for a year to seek employment in the United Kingdom as segment of a platform of government rules to increase the amount […]

ASYLUM JUNE 2019 UPDATE

ASYLUM JUNE 2019 UPDATE   This blog is all about Asylum Update which contains the New Guidance on Permission to Work & Delays in Asylum Decisions   Those individuals who seek asylum in the United Kingdom are not generally permitted to work during their claim is being judged. Then again, the Home Office may give […]

LATEST CHANGES TO THE UK IMMIGRATION RULES

  LATEST CHANGES TO THE UK IMMIGRATION RULES   The UK government has publicized the new amendments to the Immigration Rules.   On 7 March 2019, the government has announced numerous changes to the Immigration Policies, which shows its promise to inviting best talent, at the same time also cracking down on exploitation.   The […]

NEW ASYLUM ACCOMMODATION AGREEMENTS PRESENTED

NEW ASYLUM ACCOMMODATION AGREEMENTS PRESENTED   The UK Home Office has given New Asylum Accommodation and Support Services Contracts (AASC) following a direct and rational procurement process.   The new Asylum Accommodation and Support Services Contracts (AASC), which were created following arrangement with local establishments, probable sources and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), have been granted recently, […]

UK HOME OFFICE FEE FOR SPOUSE VISA

UK HOME OFFICE FEE FOR SPOUSE VISA The present fee for a Spouse Visa is £1,523 for applications submitted outside the United Kingdom. This falls under the Family Visa Category which actually permits you to reside with a family member (for example, your wife/spouse or partner) in the United Kingdom for over 6 months. If […]

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