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  • Compliance with duties and obligations as a sponsor
    18 September 2015
    According to recent statistics, in the second quarter of year 2015, 40% of visits resulted in actions by the Home Office. Therefore we highly recommend all sponsors to read the Policy Guidance published by the Home Office (version 04/2015) more carefully in order to ensure that they comply with their duties.
  • New statement of changes to the Immigration Rules
    17 September 2015
    On 17 September 2015 the Home Office published a new Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules. The changes include the introduction of a new point table for an application for a Certificate of Sponsorship.
  • Allocation of restricted COS certificates
    14 September 2015
    On 11 September 2015 the Home Office released the statistics regarding this month’s allocation of restricted COS certificates. The September allocation took place on 11 September 2015 and all valid applications received by 5 September 2015 were successful if they scored at least 39 points for a gross basic annual salary in the amount of no less than £27,000.
  • New Changes to Restricted Certificate of Sponsorship Application Process for Tier 2 General Migrants
    09 September 2015
    As of 4 September 2015, the Home Office informed all the current Tier 2 sponsors that they are currently proposing to change the operation of the Tier 2 (General) limit to maximise the number of places which can be allocated each month, within the overall annual limit of 20,700.
  • How to meet the financial threshold in a spouse visa application?
    08 September 2015
  • Additional fees to be paid when applying in particular UK visa centres
    25 August 2015
    On 25 August 2015 the Home Office announced, that as of 1 September 2015 (after midnight UK time) an additional fees of £52 will have to be paid by an applicant on top of the UKVI fees when submitting an application for a visa to the UK.
  • MAC’s initial review on minimum salary threshold for Tier 2 General migrants
    18 August 2015
    In early June 2015, the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) was commissioned to review the Tier 2 Scheme to address the Government’s concerns about the rising number of migrants entering the UK under this route of the Point Based System. As the result, on 13 of August 2015 the MAC released a report on the salary thresholds, which is due to be completed in December 2015.
  • New changes to Tier 4 Student visa
    10 August 2015
    On 13 July 2015 the Home Office announced new changes to the Tier 4 visa category, which were further updated on 30 July 2015. According to the Home Office, these changes will be implemented in order to reduce the perceived abuse of the UK immigration system and to attract the brightest and best international students to the UK.
  • New Requirements for Tier 1 (Investor and Entrepreneur) applicants: Overseas Criminal Record Certificate
    20 July 2015
    On 20 July 2015, the UKVI announced new rules for Tier 1 (Investor and Entrepreneur) applicants to crackdown on foreign criminals entering the UK.
  • New 24-hour Super Priority Service in the USA
    07 July 2015
    In March 2015, the UKVI launched a super priority service that will enable applicants to receive a decision on their visa application within 24 hours.

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