London, July 25th 2016

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  Learn more about the “Life in the UK”, test which is part of the requirements for all immigrants planning to apply for permanent residency or British citizenship. In 2002 the British government created the test “Life in the UK” in order to assess applicants knowledge of British life and English language. The test can […]

  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 […]

Celebrate the New Year in style in one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world! Paris contains a wealth of culture, beauty and heritage which captivates any visitor. The perfect place to see in the New Year! Departures from London, on the 29th. The excursion ends on the 1st. Paris is not […]

Our client Teh Lee Wah (Effie) celebrated this morning the arrival of her Further Leave to Remain Visa. She is originally from Malaysia and arrived in the UK as a visitor in June 2013 with her children. Since November 2012, LondonHelp4U assists Asian clients on immigration matters and student recruitment services. Vanessa Hu is our […]

Since 28 October 2013, the candidates applying for for extension of stay in the United Kingdom, indefinite leave to remain in the country, or British citizenship no longer need to provide an original passport from the British or settled person supporting their application. The changes affecting  these applications were confirmed by the Home Office this […]