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  • Salary threshold for migrants to settle in the UK from 2016
    06 July 2015
    Recently the Home Office has published a new salary threshold’s criteria for Tier 2 migrants wishing to settle in the UK. These requirements will be implemented on 6 April 2016.
  • NHS Health Surcharge – Important information
    30 June 2015
    On 29 June 2015 the Home Office announced that a new integrated process has been developed in order to ease the payment process for the NHS Health Surcharge.
  • Registered Traveller Service Allows Fast Entry to UK
    19 June 2015
    In June 2015, UK Visas and Immigration announced the introduction of Registered Traveller Scheme which allows its members to get through the UK border control faster.
  • New measures to reduce demand for migrant labour
    18 June 2015
    On 10 June 2015 David Cameron announced that the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) will consider new measures to reduce demand for migrant labour. Particularly, the MAC will look at the proposals to cut non-EEA work migration by raising the minimum salary thresholds, by introducing the new reforms to skills shortage criteria as well as by funding the UK apprenticeship through a levy on Tier 2 visa category.
  • Migrant Cap Hit for the First Time
    16 June 2015
    Newspapers have reported that graduate schemes and management positions across London are to be left vacant because the Government’s cap on non-EU skilled workers was reached for the first time since 2011.It is also noteworthy that this week, Prime Minister David Cameron announced a range of proposals aimed at limiting skilled migration from non-EU countries.
  • Comprehensive sickness insurance for family members of EEA national students
    03 June 2015
    On 2 June 2015 the Home Office announced that new changes to the requirements for Comprehensive Sickness Insurance (CSI) for family members of EEA students will come into force on 22 June 2015.
  • How to Transfer Your Visa to a New Passport?
    02 June 2015
    Please note that if your passport were to expire during the validity of your current endorsement, you might either present the vignette in the expired passport with the new passport and in this case no transfer is required, or you can request to transfer your visa to the new passport.
  • New Immigration Rules for visitors to the United Kingdom
    29 May 2015
    A new set of rules for visitors to the United Kingdom has been introduced taking effect on all applications made on or after 24 April 2015. These new rules are set out in a new Appendix V to the immigration rules (V is for visitor).
  • UK Immigration Bill: a new appetite for reducing immigration to the “tens of thousands”?
    28 May 2015
    On 21st May 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron announced the government’s intention to renew its efforts to control what he defined as “uncontrolled” immigration, now unfettered by the retrains imposed by the previous Coalition.
  • Tier 2 Sponsorship License and compliance visits
    15 May 2015
    In the wake of the recent UK national elections and the intense political debate around immigration, whether from Europe or the rest of the world, it is understandable that a reinvigorated effort will now be placed on curbing immigration or at least being seen as curbing immigration through a referendum on EEA membership in 2016-2017. This may be achieved by deleting visa categories or increasing the threshold(s) financial or otherwise, and of course enforcing the current stringent requirements when employing foreign workers in the UK.

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