London, February 13th 2016

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  Prime Minister David Cameron is working to reduce immigration and social benefits to migrants following the claim that the British public wants large reductions in immigration. Would you like to draw your own conclusions? Here are some of the immigration facts released by the UK Office for National Statistics. 1 – 16 percent of the labor force […]

  Every year, thousands of immigrants trying to enter the UK are taken to detention centres while officials look for ways to deport them. In addition to people who are stopped at UK air and sea ports, the centres also accommodate immigrants who have been detained without visas, asylum seekers and other foreigners awaiting deportation. […]

  Qualified professionals who receive a job offer should get a Tier 2 visa to work in the UK. To apply for the visa, an applicant must have a guaranteed employment contract through a licensed sponsor who will issue a valid certificate of sponsorship. The candidate must also achieve a sufficient score in the system that […]

Migrants may be charged to use the NHS, says Jeremy Hunt. The government is considering charging some of the services provided by the NHS via the Cost Recovery Programme The Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, said the proposed changes to be introduced in 2017 would recover up to £ 500 million a year and this money would go […]

11Nov

How do non-EU citizens get a UK visa?

Publicado por Larissa Traynor em blog, imigration news

Beyond the continuing stories about asylum seekers and their desperation at Calais, the fact remains that vast majority of non-EU migrants, an expected half a million people this year, are not in this category. So how do those who come to work and live in the UK qualify? And how have they got in? Skilled […]

From 12th November will be valid a new rule for Europeans and for their dependents in the UK who want to get the British naturalisation. If you are a national of a country which is a member state of the EEA or Switzerland, or the family member of such a person, you will automatically have […]

The UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced today significant changes for the Chinese visas to the UK. From 2016, the Chinese visas will be valid in the UK for 2 years, four times longer than the actual period – 6 months. The UK Government also plans a new “10 year multi-entry visa for Chinese tourists […]