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  • Tier 1 Entrepreneur Scheme: great opportunity for post-study visa holders!
    18 June 2012
    In the last 12 months, the UK Government has shown a clear willingness to attract both young and established entrepreneurs to stimulate the country’s economic growth and step up in the race to win over the talents and capital of young graduates with promising ideas that might lead to new businesses, new products and new jobs.
  • Important changes to the UK spouse visa category to be implemented on 9 July 2012
    14 June 2012
    On 11 June 2012 the Government announced changes to the Immigration Rules for foreign migrants applying to enter or remain in the UK on the family migration route under the spouse, civil or unmarried partner and fiancée visa categories.
  • Summer 2011 interns exempt from Tier 2 cooling off period!
    10 June 2012
    The UK government recently introduced a cooling off period for Tier 2 (General) applicants. From February 2012, applicants who have been issued with a Tier 2 (General) visa need to remain outside of the UK for a period of 12 months from the end of their last application before they can apply again under the same category.
  • Pre-entry screening for Tuberculosis - update!
    31 May 2012
    In May 2012, the UK Border Agency announced a change in the requirement of tuberculosis (TB) screening for visa applicants. The change means more visa applicants seeking to stay in the country longer than six months are required to complete a TB screening test before they are granted a visa for the UK.
  • Key changes affecting PBS migrants, domestic workers and visitors!
    14 May 2012
    This articles provides a useful summary of the major amendments to the Immigration Rules introduced by the UK Border Agency affecting migrants in their work, study, eligibility for settlement and visitor rights.
  • Important changes to the TIER 2 visa category
    01 May 2012
    Following the Migration Advisory Committee's report in October 2011 concerning the sponsorship route the government announced new changes to the Tier 2 G category.
  • UK Immigration: New policy for Tier 2 holders and settlement
    22 March 2012
    In the recent Statement of Intent announced by the UK Border Agency on 15 March 2012, several major changes are going to be introduce affecting in particular Tier 2 holders and their prospective application for settlement in the UK.
  • Shake up of the settlement requirements under the employment route
    02 March 2012
    The UK Border Agency has published a new Statement of Intent, which will bring radical changes affecting those under the employment related categories such as Tier 2 General, Tier 5 and Domestic worker.
  • Tier 2 work permit: important changes to the settlement criteria from April 2012
    01 March 2012
    The UK Border Agency has published a new Statement of Intent, which will bring radical changes affecting those under the Tier 2 General category of the Points Based System.
  • Update on UKBA forms
    28 February 2012
    Most forms for in country and out of country applications can now be completed online on the UKBA's webiste. However, the UK Border Agency has announced that from 29 February, application form, FLR(BID) will be withdrawn.

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