Posts tagged Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship

New charge is designed to UK employer...

New charge is designed to UK employer

The UK government plans to introduce a skills charge for all UK employers who choose to hire a skilled non-EEA national as of April 2017. This new fee is being referred to as the Immigration Skills Charge and will cost employers £1,000 per Tier 2 migrant employee per valid visa year. Based on the fact that a […]

The Library of Birmingham wins Herita...

The Library of Birmingham wins Heritage Lottery

Library of Birmingham and the British Library have received £91,700 of National Lottery funding to present Documenting Histories, a partnership project celebrating the important role South Asian culture has played in forming Birmingham’s history and identity. At the heart of the project is a major exhibition which will open in July, drawing on both libraries’ rich […]

Immigration policy would be ordered b...

Immigration policy would be ordered by the requirements of the employers12

The United Kingdom has ordered that its immigration policy would henceforth be dictated by the requirements of the employers and not by regional needs.The UK government has overruled plans for regional visas as per which London city and Scotland would have been given special work permits. Government source as saying that it is being considered that […]

New UK visa rules for non-EU national...

A man gestures as he climbs a bonfire on the Shankill Road in West Belfast

The UK government’s changes to its visa policy for non-EU nationals aimed at curbing its soaring immigration figures will come into force from today, which will affect a large number of Indians especially IT professionals. Under the new visa rules announced by the UK Home Office earlier this month, applications made on or after November 24 under […]

Tailor-made Charge for Hiring Skilled...

Businessman Interviewing Female Candidate For Job

 U.K would lay the axe to the root, which would edge migrants entering the country. A new fee for the employing companies, which would ostensibly impact the visa regime post-Brexit. The prime dialogue of this is to regulate and curb the numbers that come into the country as migrants and not an obligation to replicate […]

Indian students studying abroad minim...

Indian students studying abroad minimum12

Indian students studying in universities across the world have sought the intervention of the Centre to facilitate a minimum two-year work permit in countries where they are studying. Speaking on the sidelines of a plenary session on Saturday, joint secretary in Union ministry of external affairs Vain S Rao said the government has been receiving complaints from Indian students […]

UK Immigration Law and Spouse Visa

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Over the past several years UK immigration rules have become increasingly tougher. As a result thousands of families are being torn apart and forced to live in separate countries. Visa requirements are ambiguous and also add to the overall rejection rate. Financial requirements are complex, cost of making an application is constantly on the rise […]

UK launches campaign to encourage Ind...

UK launches campaign to encourage Indians to apply visa early12

The UK today launched a new campaign to encourage Indian visitors to apply early for their visas in the quieter, off-peak period of January and February, the British High Commission said. Visa applicants can expect to get a visa decision more quickly outside the peak period, and benefit from quieter Visa Application Centres and more […]

UK investor applications rise post-Br...

UK investor applications rise post-Brexit12

 Investor visa applications for the UK surged after the Brexit referendum with affluent foreign nationals trying to cash in on a falling pound and special rules for immigration. The number of applications rise by 61 percent in the three months post-Brexit when compared to the same period a year ago, expecting more stringent rules on […]

Tier 2 Visas licenses have increased

Tier 2 Visas licenses have increased12

The implication of a revocation is that the firm is eliminated from the registrar of sponsors. It means that the company cannot continue to the sponsorship of Tier 2 and Tier 5 non-EEA staff. The validity of the visas of the staff sponsored under these visas is reduced to 60 days to look for substitute […]