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Brexit causing UK labour shortage, ac...

Brexit causing UK labour shortage, according to survey

A new survey carried out by the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) in collaboration with Adecco, an HR firm, revealed that Brexit is making citizens of non-UK countries leave Britain. In the ‘Labour Market Outlook’ survey, which questioned 1,051 employers in the United Kingdom, more people from the EU member states are feeling […]

EU migration curbs at the expense of ...

EU migration curbs at the expense of single market membership

Ministers are drawing up plans for a two-tier system of UK border controls for EU citizens as Theresa May prepares to tighten migration rules at the expense of single market membership. Senior government officials expect the prime minister to decide on a system based on work permits and new automated security checks -similar to the […]

UK want fast-track visa services for ...

UK want fast-track visa services for Indians

UK want fast-track visa services to their citizens as Brexit drives Britain to look for newer trade relationships outside Europe. The letter published in The Sunday Telegraph does not seek easier visa terms, but easier conditions for Indian and Commonwealth citizens once they land at Heath row and other ports of entry. It mentions a scenario faced […]

U.K. Can Only Cut EU Migration by 50,...

Cut EU Migration

Expectations of Theresa May, the British Prime Minister, who hoped that it would be possible to rein in migration to the UK by more than 66 percent after Brexit was in place,  are not likely to be fulfilled, a study by  Global Future, a think-tank which advocates immigration, reveals. It is said that British employers […]

Tenants face immigration status check...

Tenants face immigration status checks

A controversial scheme requiring landlords to check the immigration status of new tenants is fuelling discrimination and should be scrapped, a report claims. The Right to rent initiative has left British citizens without passports as well as foreigners at a disadvantage in the private rental market, say campaigners. They also argue there is little evidence […]

Brexit will cause ‘vanishingly ...

Brexit will cause 'vanishingly small' fall in net migration

Theresa May’s attempt to reclaim control of UK borders after Brexit could reduce annual migration from the EU by just 50,000 – one-sixth of the current overall annual figure, according to new research. The projection of a “vanishingly small reduction” is one of the first attempts to estimate how likely labour market demand, and the […]



April’s deadline for the renewal of your annual unrestricted cos allocation is fast approaching! If you are the sponsor of skilled foreign workers, now is the time to renew your allocation of unrestricted Certificates of Sponsorship (Cos). Current allocations will expire on 6 April this year and any unused certificates will be withdrawn from use. “We advise employers to […]

UK Prime Minister plans to prioritise...

prioritise the protection of EEA

Prime Minister Theresa May has highlighted the government’s commitment to protecting the rights of EEA nationals in the UK during Brexit negotiations. In her speech on Tuesday 17 January, May outlined the government’s 12-point plan for Brexit negotiations which looks at migration as well as other matters such as trade and international relations. Speaking on UK […]

Tier 2 Sponsor Licence holder there a...

rules and requirements

Tier 2 Sponsor Licence holder there are a number of rules and requirements which you must add here to when hiring a non-EEA national (from outside the European Economic Area). Apart from remaining compliant with the UK Immigration Rules and Sponsor Licence, there are other less responsibilities which must be taken into consideration when hiring a […]

Parliament Approval Needed to Trigger...

Parliament Approval Needed to Trigger Brexit, UK Supreme Court

The UK Supreme Court ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May must get parliament’s approval before she begins Britain’s formal exit from the European Union. The highest judicial body of Britain refused to accept the argument of the government that Prime Minister Theresa May was entitled to utilize her ‘royal prerogative’ the executive powers to make […]