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  • 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 However, the UK Border Agency has announced that from 29 February, application form, FLR(BID) will be withdrawn.
  • New visa category for UK graduates and changes to the maintenance requirement!
    17 February 2012
    The UK Border Agency has published a new Statement of Intent, which will bring radical changes affecting students and Tier 4 holders as well as their ability to apply for work experience in the UK. In addition, the UKBA is proposing to increase the maintenance requirement for all categories under the Points Based Scheme.
  • UK Visa Update: Introduction of compulsory biometric fingerprints for all immigration categories
    16 February 2012
    From Wednesday 29 February, all applicants in the UK will need to obtain a biometric residence permit if they are applying to stay here for more than 6 months. To obtain a permit, they will need to enrol their biometric information (fingerprints and facial image).
  • Replacement for Tier 1 Post Study Worker Scheme
    14 February 2012
    New rules will come into force within weeks to replace the Tier 1 Post Study Worker Scheme which so far has allowed Tier 4 holders and students to work in the UK for 2 years after their studies have finished.
  • UK Visa fee increase: apply before 6 April 2012!
    09 February 2012
    The UK Border Agency has today announced proposals to increase UK visas application fees for all those applying to visit, study, work or stay in the UK as of 6 April 2012.
  • Settlement in the UK - why do absences matter?
    09 February 2012
    There are different reasons as to why a migrant leave his/her country of origin and come to the UK. Some might wish to invest in the UK by setting up a business under the Tier 1 Entrepreneur or Investor categories. Others might want to further their career or pursue academic or professional studies.
  • Future of UK immigration: Are we in for a complete makeover?
    04 February 2012
    In recent press releases, Damian Green, the immigration minister, has announced that the UK Government is planning to give the current British immigration system a complete makeover to attract fewer but better qualified migrants to live and work in the UK. In particular, preferential treatment should be given to migrants who can contribute capital, skills and brain to the UK.
  • Can a criminal conviction affect an application for settlement in the UK?
    03 February 2012
    The Immigration Rules were amended on 6 April 2011 to include a new tougher criminality threshold. The key difference is that as of this date any unspent conviction will lead to a mandatory refusal of a prospective application to be granted settlement in the UK under the working and the family route. The new threshold is a much stronger requirement that the “good character” found at paragraph 322 of the Rules which sets out the general ground of refusal.

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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.