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Tag: uk immigration 2019

APPLYING FOR UK VISA FROM OUTSIDE THE UK

APPLYING FOR UK VISA FROM OUTSIDE THE UK   Those applicants desiring to apply for a United Kingdom visa from outside the United Kingdom time and again face problems trying to find a way through the heap of visa application submission methods.   It is basically a two-step process; beginning with submitting an application online […]

UK HOME OFFICE’S NEW VISA ALGORITHM UNDER FIRE

UK HOME OFFICE’S NEW VISA ALGORITHM UNDER FIRE   Solicitors advised software can discriminate against applicants built on religion, nationality or race The UK Home Office has been operating a private algorithm to administer visa applications, which immigration specialists caution could be favoring against some applicants on the basis of religion, race, nationality and age. […]

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 […]

UK PASSPORTS MIGHT NEED TO BE RENEWED TO GO TO EUROPE

UK PASSPORTS MIGHT NEED TO BE RENEWED TO GO TO EUROPE   Over 3 million British Citizen may necessitate to renew their passports, if they desire to visit some European Union countries. It all depends on what happens with the Brexit.   Presently, when British nationals renew their passports, they are permitted to carry forward […]

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 […]

UK VISA FEE RISES FROM 29 MARCH 2019

UK VISA FEE RISES FROM 29 MARCH 2019 From 29 March, 2019 United Kingdom visa fees throughout the categories will increase in agreement with new rules approved in Parliament on 7 March. The fee rises come along with a chain of modifications to United Kingdom immigration rules involving the Tier 2 and Tier 1 visa […]

ASYLUM SEEKERS, REFUGEES & AMNESTY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

ASYLUM SEEKERS, REFUGEES & AMNESTY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM   In United Kingdom 5% of immigrants were Asylum seekers in the year 2018. A fraction of applications are positive at the initial decision, many are victorious upon plea, and it may take ages for an asylum case to get through to its decision. At times, […]

20 + LATESTUK RULES & REGULATIONS INTRODUCED IN 2019

20 + LATEST UK RULES & REGULATIONS INTRODUCED IN 2019   The latest rules have effect on all from pensions to tax, also as superstores, employee rights, flying drones and much much more. You may imagine a reasonable few rules modifications which will influence your daily life routine. Obviously, more rules & regulations will be […]

UK GOVERNMENT UNABLE TO CUT DOWN ON IMMIGRATION

UK GOVERNMENT UNABLE TO CUT DOWN ON IMMIGRATION   NET migration statistics published by the ONS for the year ending September 2018 are severe reason for worry. At present stretching at approximately over 300,000 per year, the statistics confirmed in general over 600,000 individuals coming to the UK in the year, comprising over 80,000 British, […]

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