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  • The ‘Minimum Income Requirement’ is supported by the Supreme Court
    07 March 2017
    The ‘Minimum Income Requirement (MIR)’ was introduced by the then Home Secretary and now Prime Minister Theresa May in 2012. In brief, it allows British Citizens or an ILR holder to bring their foreign (non-EEA) spouses if they are able to meet the financial requirement.
  • New changes for Tier 2 visa
    03 March 2017
    After 6 April 2017, UK employers will be required to pay an Immigration Skills Charge for sponsoring a prospective non-EEA Tier 2 general and ICT worker (the dependants will be excluded). The charge will be £1000 per year (for medium or large sponsors) and £364 per year (for small or charitable sponsors).
  • Urgent permanent residence application for EU nationals
    02 March 2017
    On 27 February 2017, the House of Commons confirmed in a vote that Brexit should trigger Article 50. Therefore, Prime Minister Theresa May is set to announce that EU citizens who move to the UK after Article 50 is triggered might no longer be entitled to the full free movement right and an automatic right to settle in the UK.
  • Significant changes to the Tier 2 category due in early 2017
    03 November 2016
    Back in March 2016, the Home Office published its response to two reviews of Tier 2 policy, undertaken by the Migration Advisory Committee. The changes aim to raise the Tier 2 salary thresholds to allegedly make it harder for UK businesses to use foreign workers to undercut wages. In addition, a new immigration skills charge will be levied to invest in the training of the local labour force. Some of the changes were meant to be introduced in autumn 2016, but so far no announcement has been made and therefore, we are now anticipating that the Home Office will wait until early 2017 to roll out their plan.
  • London office will be closed from Thursday 25 August 2016 to Monday 29 August 2016 inclusive.
    24 August 2016
    Please note that our London office will be closed from Thursday 25 August 2016 to Monday 29 August 2016 inclusive. If you wish to speak with us in relation to yours or your family's UK immigration matters, please email us and we will contact you on Tuesday 30 August 2016. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
  • Why instructing an immigration expert if you receive a UK visa refusal?
    06 July 2016
    Applicants might receive a UK visa refusal due to their lack of familiarity with the UK Immigration Rules, leading to harmful mistakes during the application process. Making false representations and information, using false documents or not disclosing material facts are general grounds of refusals with or without the applicant’s knowledge.
  • How do you qualify for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa to the UK?
    04 July 2016
    Attracted by enormous business opportunities in the UK and Europe, more and more migrants wish to enter the UK for investment. The Tier 1 Entrepreneur category under the Points Based System of the Immigration Rules is for those migrants who are willing to invest in the UK by setting up or taking over and being actively involved in the running of one or more businesses in the UK.
  • How to make a permanent residence application in the UK?
    29 June 2016
    An EU citizen who is exercising Treaty Rights in the UK as a worker, self-employed person, self-sufficient person or student for five continuous years might be eligible for a permanent residence card (PR). His/her family members might also apply for PR after five years of residence in the UK.
  • What evidence is required to sponsor your non-EEA partner if self-employed?
    24 June 2016
    You might be able to qualify for a spouse or partner visa to enter the UK if you meet the relevant criteria such as financial requirement, genuine relationship, English test, adequate accommodation etc.
  • Why should Chinese entrepreneurs invest in the UK?
    24 June 2016
    A Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa is for those wishing to set up or take over a business (or businesses) in the UK that they will be actively involved in running. Applicants must invest over £200,000 of funds and generate two full-time jobs in order to meet the basic requirements.

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Migra & Co is a private immigration company, regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), reference number F200900038. This website is not a government website and as such, we are not linked or affiliated with the UK Visas and Immigration. We offer expert legal advice and flexible tailored solutions to both private and corporate clients to ensure that their immigration needs are met. If you wish to download or prepare a UK visa application form, you can do so free of charge by visiting the Official UKVI website.