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22 April 2021Support Immigration Services

 If you're thinking about applying for British citizenship, it's important to know as much about the process as possible. The more you know about it, the better you will be able to prepare and give yourself the best possible chance of a successful application. Of course, one of the most important things to know is how much it costs, so, what are the British citizenship application fees you need to know?

 

30 March 2021Support Immigration Services

If you're a skilled worker or student, it's important you consider the details of finding a Tier 2 sponsorship job in the UK before starting to make your applications or travel arrangements. Understanding the process, what you need to know, and what you should expect is essential for making it as smooth and stress-free an experience as possible.

 

18 February 2021Support Blog

The Global Talent visa is designed for individuals aged over 18, who are able to demonstrate an exceptional ability to contribute to the UK's position within the global economy. If you are able to show exceptional promise or talent within fields such as engineering, science, medicine, humanities, arts, digital technology, film, architecture or fashion, the Global Talent visa route may be open to you.

18 January 2021Support News & Announcements

 

At the end of last year, the Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Act 2019-21 became law. The language in the act itself mostly centred on separating UK and European Union laws. However, it also paved the way for the newly introduced points-based immigration system that was launched by the government this month.

 

23 December 2020Support Immigration Services

You may wish to apply for British citizenship if you have lived or worked in the country for some time, or if you plan to remain in the UK on a long-term or permanent basis. British citizenship and nationality law is complex as are the processes to gain citizenship.

18 December 2020Support Immigration Services
British National Oversea (BNO) Passport and Hong Kong

 

The UK government has announced a new visa for British Nationals (Overseas) in Hong Kong in response to security legislation from the Chinese government. Published in October, the new policy, which introduces two new migration routes, will take effect from January 2021, with special measures included for those arriving in the UK prior to this.

24 November 2020Support Immigration Services

Currently, you will require a Tier 2 Sponsor Licence if you wish to employ somebody who lives outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland to work for you in the UK. You may need to get a Sponsor Licence even if the person in question is not being remunerated; if they’re involved solely in charitable work, for example. It’s always worth remembering that sponsoring someone doesn’t automatically mean that they’ll be granted permission to come to the UK.

16 October 2020Support Immigration Services

The current pandemic has had far-reaching effects across the UK, and indeed throughout the world. Media coverage focuses on the impact on our economy and the strain placed upon the NHS, but there has also been a significant impact on immigration and the issuing of visas in the UK.

23 September 2020Support News & Announcements

With the UK’s final separation from the European Union just on the horizon, many of the finer details surrounding immigration, travel and freedom of movement are being altered to reflect this upcoming change. With a new immigration system expected to come into full force in 2021, familiarising yourself with these changes ahead of time could be valuable – especially if you’re planning to emigrate to the UK, or you know someone that will be emigrating after January 2021.

18 August 2020Support Immigration Services

At present, many EU citizens who have been living and working in the UK, are looking to go home to spend time with their families following lockdown restrictions. The EU Settlement Scheme has been marketed by the UK government as being simple and generous, and since March 2019, 3.4 million European citizens have applied for pre-settled or settled status in the UK. However, no one could have predicted the immense challenges and upheaval that would come with the global pandemic.

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