London, October 4th 2015

Posts a partir da tag ‘Home Office

Hello everybody, We received the information that  a lot of migrant people in the UK are receiving calls from individuals pretending to be from the UK Home Office and reiterating passport numbers, visa numbers and personal mobile numbers. They then tell the individual that they are investigating them being illegal in the UK and then request […]

The new NHS immigration health surcharge for temporary migrants and students comes into effect from 6th April. Nationals from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) coming to the UK for longer than six months will be required to pay the surcharge when they make their immigration application. Temporary migrants will be required to pay £200 […]

If you are a foreigner PhD student in the UK, here are some good news. According to the Home Office’s new rules, published last month, foreign doctoral students can stay legally in the country for over a year after completing the course. This extension, however, it is not automatically given to the students. Those who […]

  If you are a citizen of the European Community you don’t need to require residence in the United Kingdom. Under European law, you do not need this documentation. However, if you want to support an application for residence for any family member who is not a European citizen, you must demonstrate that you are […]

  With many events scheduled for the coming months, the UK should receive hundreds of thousands of visitors. Many take advantage of the opportunity to visit friends or relatives who live here. And many will be hosted by the houses of these people. Hence the question: how to help them with the visa requested by […]

The British Government is committed to reducing immigration to levels considered by it as sustainable. In a time of high unemployment, the government believes to be sure employers in the country employ professionals in the local market. At the same time they believe that skilled workers from overseas can play important support in the British […]

  Help for immigrants forced to flee their marital relationships as a result of domestic violence became the permanent basis of British government from April 1. Eligible spouses and partners will have a limited exceptional license from the Border Agency UK. This will provide access to public funds and support services to permit the victims […]