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  • 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.
  • English Language Requirement
    12 May 2015
    On 6 April 2015 the Home Office introduced new English Language Requirement for migrants, who submit their applications inside or outside the UK.
  • Biometric Residence Permit – International Rollout Schedule
    30 April 2015
    On 2 February 2015, the Home Office announced new regulations, outlining new requirement for non-EEA nationals, seeking permission from the abroad to enter the UK for more than six month, to apply for a Biometric Residence Card (BRP).
  • Where to apply?
    28 April 2015
    On 24 April 2015 the Home Office published an up-to-date guidance on where a prospective migrant should submit a visa application to the UK.
  • Documents’ check when leaving the UK
    22 April 2015
    On 8 April 2015 the UK government introduced new exit checks, which are meant to target migrants, who have overstayed their visas and are in the UK illegally. New system will allegedly improve national security by helping the police and security services track the movements of known or suspected criminals and terrorists. The information collected through the checks will help the Home Office to obtain a more comprehensive picture of the migrants, entering and leaving the UK.
  • Switching from Tier 1 General route
    13 April 2015
    According to the recent changes to the Immigration Rules, as of 6 April 2015 Tier 1 General Migrants can no longer extend their current leave under this Scheme. In addition applicants, who wish to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK, must submit an application on or before 5 April 2018.
  • Biometric enrolment – new requirements
    01 April 2015
    On 6 April 2015 the Home Office will introduce biometric enrolment for non-EEA nationals applying for a residence card, derivative residence card or permanent residence card and applicants registering or naturalising as a British Citizen.
  • New requirement of paying NHS surcharge
    26 March 2015
    On 19 March 2015 the Home Office announced a new requirement, which will apply to migrants, who are coming to work, study or join family members and also to those, who wishing to extend their existing limited leave to remain in the UK, in order to make sure that the migrants make a proper financial contribution to the cost of their NHS care.

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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.