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Posts a partir da tag ‘Visa

08Dec

Deportation from UK

Publicado por Dâmaris Iori em blog, Immigration Tips

Deportation or removal? There are two ways used by the UK to exile individuals from the country: the deportation order and the removal order. What is the removal of the United Kingdom? It occurs when the Secretary of State shall issue a removal notice to a person, informing him that this is bound to leave […]

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 […]

LondonHelp4U will begin November with a super promotion for you who definitely want to get your UK visa! From November on, you’ll be able to pay your visa application in 10 instalments*! That’s right! A unique and exclusive promotion from LondonHelp4U to help you get the visa you want! And there’s more: customers who start their visa […]

Women, men and partners of British citizens may be able to apply for ILR (Indefinite Leave to Remain) in the United Kingdom even when the relationship has been broken down before a period of five years. The same rule can be applied for those who are married or are partners of a person settled in […]

Women, men and partners of British citizens may be able to apply for ILR (Indefinite Leave to Remain) in the United Kingdom even when the relationship has been broken down before a period of five years. The same rule can be applied for those who are married or are partners of a person settled in […]

  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 […]