London, August 29th 2016

Posts a partir da tag ‘Home Office

  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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

  ACTUAL/OLD RULES CHANGE OF RULES FROM Maintenance     Money you need to show in months   Inside London£ 1020 Outside London £820   –          Until 11/11/2015 First course – Up to 9 months Extension of course in the UK if you have establish presence (previous course more than 6 month) You need only […]

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 […]