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NEW IMMIGRATION RULES IN CASE OF BREXIT NO DEAL

NEW IMMIGRATION RULES IN CASE OF BREXIT NO DEAL Although a Brexit with no-deal at the end of this month is at present looking very doubtful, the United Kingdom Government announced a new statement of changes to the Immigration Rules to indicate modifications obligated if the United Kingdom departs from the European Union on 31st […]

METROPOLITAN POLICE REINFORCES DEAL WITH HOME OFFICE AGAINST MIGRANTS

UK visa authorities may receive Police data again

  METROPOLITAN POLICE REINFORCES DEAL WITH HOME OFFICE AGAINST MIGRANTS. Metropolitan police would like to reinforce the rule of disclosing victims of crime information with UK Visa and Immigration authorities.   Scotland Yard has summarised a new strategy that will recommence the highly provocative practice of forwarding data on victims of lawbreaking – comprising domestic […]

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

boris johnson new uk rules post brexit no deal

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 […]

UK SPOUSE VISA: TOP 10 FAQ

UK Spouse Visa:  Top 10 FAQ Possessors of the spouse visa type in the United Kingdom can have indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom. On the other hand, in order for the spouse visa process to go effortlessly, you must get ready for it. This also denotes that you must evaluate some of […]

NEW UK IMMIGRATION SYSTEM BENIFICIAL FOR INDIAN STUDENTS AND WORKERS

  NEW UK IMMIGRATION SYSTEM BENEFICIAL FOR INDIAN STUDENTS AND WORKERS   Travelling of skillful work force from India to United Kingdom increased at the sharpest speed in the year 2018. Addressing to India Dominic Asquith, the British High Commissioner has mentioned that Students and workers from India, involving the low-skilled workers, will get advantage […]

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 […]

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