London, September 1st 2015

Posts a partir da tag ‘immigration

LondonHelp4U is top of mind when people think about visa and immigration advices in the United Kingdom. The company has 99% of success in applications submitted to the Home Office. With 14 years of experience and dedication to the business, LH4U helps lots of Brazilian to regularise their immigration status in the British territory. Here […]

Considering that the world is becoming more globalized every day and differences of culture and languages are no longer important barriers between people, it is not hard to find couples from different nationalities willing to start a new life together.  If that is your case, your partner is British and you are planning to move […]

From the 28th of October, those who wish to be settle permanently in the United Kingdom or those who wish to become British citizens will have to comply with the new rules announced by the government on the 8th of April. In addition to the test “Life in The UK” or the “ESOL Certificate with […]

From now on, if you are taking the Life in the UK test you will have to answer questions based on the new handbook ‘Life in the UK – A Guide for New Residents’, which was published on 28 January 2013. The new test will include questions on all sections of the new handbook, meaning […]

  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 […]