Posts tagged UK

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 […]

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 […]

New “Immigration Skills Charge” for e...

New “Immigration Skills Charge” for employers

New “Immigration Skills Charge” for employers,As mentioned in our February 2016 newsletter, the government has now confirmed that it is pressing ahead with plans to reduce Britain’s reliance on migrant workers and upskill British workers through a new skills charge, with effect from 6 April 2017. The Immigration Skills Charge will be levied on employers […]

Brexit ‘Leave’ Voters Mis...

Brexit 'Leave' Voters Misled Over UK Immigration

Brexit ‘Leave’ Voters Misled Over UK Immigration,the 23rd of June, 2016 will go down as a landmark moment in British history as the day that Britain decided to exit the European Union after 43 years as a member state. Having joined the European Community in 1973, under Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath, it’s with a […]

Reports to be released to remove the ...

UK immigration

It is scheduled to be raised by the Ministry of the Interior next month, after a landmark ruling by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) self-audit on the operation of two reports of the detention of immigrants private centers. The reports give detailed information about the operation of two facilities: Harmondsworth immigration detention center. The UK’s […]

UK Top 10 immigration country for Ski...

Migration

The report was published about the same time as the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) review into the UK’s Tier 2 Visa system was published. The MAC recommends that the UK government should act to further restrict the Tier 2 Visa. UK Immigration good at attracting foreign owned businesses The A  study found that the UK […]

No news on LSBF Tier 2 Visa Sponsorsh...

Tier 2 Visa Sponsorship Licence

Having had its Tier 4 visa sponsorship licence to recruit international students revoked the fate of the London School of Business and Finance’s (LSBF) Tier 2 Visa sponsorship licence to employ overseas workers from outside the EU remains unknown. After losing its Tier 4 visa sponsorship licence, hundreds of international students who now have to […]

Migration Watch report on UK immigran...

UK immigrants

Australian, South African and US immigrants receive a much higher income than those born in the UK, according to research. A press release published by Migration Watch also said that Indians too, show ‘strong economic characteristics’. They have a high level of employment, a good income and a low level of benefit claimants. However, immigrants […]

UK Immigration wrongly deported 48,00...

tier 4 visa

The United Kingdom Home Secretary Theresa May in 2014 revoked the Tier 4 visas of 48,000 international students, and ordered their deportation, after a BBC documentary in February 2014 uncovered cases of cheating on an English language test at one institution. The move was made after the BBC’s Panorama reported that fraudulent activity was occurring […]

Ireland needs UK social workers and s...

UK work permitvisa

The Irish Government’s Child and Family Agency in Ireland – is looking to recruit social workers from the UK and Canada. Canadian citizens will need work visas. British citizens can work freely in Ireland. The recruitment drive comes as the agency looks to fill 102 job vacancies to tackle a backlog of child protection cases […]