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  • Allocations of Restricted Certificate of Sponsorship in June 2016
    22 June 2016
    Between January and June 2016, the UKVI approved 11150 restricted Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS). This means that the number of available restricted CoS per month has been approximately 1858. However, this allocation might be higher or lower depending on how many CoS were unused or returned in the previous month.
  • Should EU citizens consider becoming British?
    20 June 2016
    Thanks to the right of the free movement, there are over 2.9 million EEA nationals currently living in the UK. Although the Leave campaign has repeatedly assured that their right to live and work in the UK will be protected under international treaties, the uncertainty regarding their future has encouraged many EU citizens to apply for British citizenship ahead of a possible Brexit vote.
  • Can applicants have more than one entry clearance/leave to remain at the same time?
    20 June 2016
    A migrant, who has been granted an entry clearance to the UK, might be able to extend their leave to remain in the UK subject to meeting the relevant criteria prior to the expiry date of the visa. However, they are not allowed to have more than one form of leave at the same time. This means that a migrant cannot have two concurrent leave or “visas”, for instance, as a Tier 2 General and Tier 1 Entrepreneur or as a visitor and fiancé.
  • Biometric residence permits (BRPs) guidance for all non-British citizens
    17 June 2016
    A biometric residence permit (BRP) is a form of identity for non-British citizens. It indicates the expiry date of the holder’s leave to remain and whether he/she has the right to stay, work or study in the UK.
  • What are the benefits of a UK education? Why should Chinese students pursue a higher degree in the UK?
    16 June 2016
    The UK education system, world-renowned for its advanced teaching methods and high quality, has developed for hundreds of years. One of the main reasons why, for instance, people might prefer the UK education to the US is its teaching methodology.
  • UK visit visa general guidance
    15 June 2016
    Visa nationals need to apply for a visit visa if they wish to enter the UK for the purpose of leisure, tourism, business, family visit, private medical treatment etc.
  • How to Transfer a Standard Route (Postal) Application to Premium Service
    24 May 2016
    On 19 May 2016, the UKVI implemented a new policy which allows the applicant to transfer a postal application to premium service.
  • How to Update Your Personal Record
    19 May 2016
    Recently, the Home Office introduced a new verification process for updating Customer Change of Address and Representatives. This means that now it is necessary to provide copies of the applicant’s signed authority, proof of identify and address when submitting a Change of Address or Representative Update. One will need to submit this request and upload the required documents online at https://visa-address-update.service.gov.uk/.
  • What are the key differences when making an application as a partner of an EEA national and as a dependant of a British Citizen?
    10 May 2016
    Both EEA and British family members are able to enter the UK for settlement. However, there are different requirements, grants of leave and UKVI fees for these two categories.
  • Why Seeking Immigration Legal Advice from an Expert?
    29 April 2016
    Attracted by UK’s high living standards, high quality of National Health Service (NHS), public free education and business opportunities, more and more people are willing to migrate to the UK to establish their family life, set up a business, seek employment, invest and education. However, due to a lack of understanding of the UK Immigration Rules, a large number of applicants are routinely refused their visas. An unfortunate outcome of a refusal is that it makes it more difficult to have subsequent applications approved. As a result, it is important for applicants to seek accurate legal advice before submitting their application.

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