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What You Need to Do in UK if Your Sponsor Loses the Licence

What You Need to Do in UK if Your Sponsor Loses the Licence image July 23, 2017

A licenced sponsor is necessary for citizen willing to enter and work in the UK. There are cases when a sponsor loses his license, making the employee reconsider his/her status in the country. Our immigration solicitors in London are able to provide you with legal support and advice if your employer no longer has a valid licence.

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Reconsideration Requests for UK Visas

Reconsideration Requests for UK Visas image July 16, 2017

If you applied for a visa to enter UK and the decision in this matter is not as expected, you have the right to request a reconsideration. ​A reconsideration request is not an appeal to the visa decision in your case.

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Apply for Exceptional Talent Visa

Apply for Exceptional Talent Visa image June 20, 2017

The Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa for UK is granted for persons which have been recognized as leaders in medicine, science, arts or technology and are from Switzerland or outside the EEA (European Economic Area).

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How to Obtain a Sponsor Licence in UK

How to Obtain a Sponsor Licence in UK image June 14, 2017

Companies interested in hiring workers from outside the EEA or Switzerland need to obtain a sponsor licence in this matter, but with the concern that such important document is not a substitute for visas to enter the UK.

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Change Your Type of Visa in Case of Divorce

Change Your Type of Visa in Case of Divorce image June 7, 2017

​Marrying a British citizen as a person from an EU (European Union) or non-EU country comes with numerous benefits in the UK, such as indefinite leave to remain or even British citizenship after a few years.

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Types of Work Contracts in the UK - What You Need to Know

Types of Work Contracts in the UK - What You Need to Know image May 18, 2017

Employers in the UK have the possibility to offer different types of work contracts, according to the type of work and position they offer in the company.

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5 Reasons Why You Should Immigrate to the UK

5 Reasons Why You Should Immigrate to the UK image May 7, 2017

​The United Kingdom is on top preferences for those in search of a proper education, health, work, future career, culture and many other important aspects.

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Your Rights as an EU Immigrant in the UK

Your Rights as an EU Immigrant in the UK image April 23, 2017

Although Brexit was voted, there UK is still an EU (European Union) member state until further changes and respects the rights of any immigrant established in the country or in a relocation process.

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Financial Declarations When Entering the UK

Financial Declarations When Entering the UK image April 17, 2017

EU and non-EU citizens who want to visit or to relocate to the UK need to make the financial declarations if they carry more than EUR 10,000 with them.  

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UK Healthcare for Immigrants

UK Healthcare for Immigrants image March 21, 2017

The immigrants in the UK can benefit from the healthcare system and need to register as soon as they relocate in the country. ​the emergency aid is free for everyone, no matter the nationality you might have and the British city you live in.

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Bringing the Personal Goods in the UK as an Immigrant

Bringing the Personal Goods in the UK as an Immigrant image March 16, 2017

People who want to move to the UK from different countries worldwide should analyze the rules and regulations regarding the entrance and acceptance of their personal goods.

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What You Need to Know About the Tuberculosis Test for Visa

What You Need to Know About the Tuberculosis Test for Visa image March 13, 2017

Due to strict consideration related to the health in the UK, the authorities enforced the tuberculosis test before granting the visa to enter the country.

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The Evolution of Immigration to UK After 1945

The Evolution of Immigration to UK After 1945 image March 10, 2017

About 800 million people were registered in the UK at the end of the 18th century, until 1956. Most of them were immigrants who entered the country without having to apply for a visa or for a special document.

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The Aliens Act 1905 - The First Immigration Law in the UK

The Aliens Act 1905 - The First Immigration Law in the UK image February 21, 2017

Russians, Polish, and Jews were the first migrants registered in the UK, followed by many others from different countries. The first document related to the immigration in the UK was created in 1905.

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Chinese Migration in the UK

Chinese Migration in the UK image February 18, 2017

The first Chinese citizens were registered in the UK at the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century, in London and Liverpool. They represent nowadays an important part in the UK.

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The Difference Between Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the UK

The Difference Between Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the UK image February 13, 2017

Although there is a thin mark between the terms "asylum seeker" and the "refugee", people need to understand the difference and to respect any of the statuses mentioned here.

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Who Can Obtain Asylum in the UK?

Who Can Obtain Asylum in the UK? image February 9, 2017

The fear of persecution for race, nationality, political or religion reasons make people search for asylum and for a new home. The UK has always helped citizens with these problems.

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The Impact of Immigration on Public Services in UK

The Impact of Immigration on Public Services in UK image January 23, 2017

Migrants in the UK are an important part of the workforce available in the country. People from Italy, India, Romania, China, Bulgaria that were hit by the economic crisis have found better job opportunities in the UK.

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Youth Migration On the Labour Market in the UK

Youth Migration On the Labour Market in the UK image January 18, 2017

EU and non-EU citizens are interested in working in the UK, as qualified persons with a diploma. There have been registered a significant number of immigrants who successfully entered the UK labour market.

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What Is the British Citizenship Test?

What Is the British Citizenship Test? image January 15, 2017

Foreign individuals who want to obtain the British citizenship need to pass the “Life in the UK test”. This is a mandatory assessment which requires knowledge of English, Gaelic or Welsh.

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What You Need to Know About Naturalization in the UK

What You Need to Know About Naturalization in the UK image January 13, 2017

Foreign citizens who want to obtain the British citizenship by naturalization need to have minimum 18 years old and to live in the country for at least five consecutive years plus one more as a settled resident in the UK.

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Digital Visa Application Service Available in Over 180 Countries

Digital Visa Application Service Available in Over 180 Countries image January 8, 2017

Access UK is a digital visa application service which allows any citizen worldwide to apply for the proper visa to enter the country. People from about 180 states can make a faster visa application on the internet platform.

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Overview of the Immigration in the UK (II)

Overview of the Immigration in the UK (II) image December 20, 2016

Until the World War II, the statistics related to the immigration in the UK were not that significant. But when the politics changed worldwide and the WW II started, the situation transformed instantly.

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Overview of the Immigration in the UK (I)

Overview of the Immigration in the UK (I) image December 19, 2016

Many people around the world are looking for countries that provide a better life. The UK has recorded the first immigrants in 1998 and since then, the country is home to lots of citizens who work, study or live in the UK

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Illegal Immigration in the UK - Facts and Solutions

Illegal Immigration in the UK - Facts and Solutions image December 17, 2016

Many countries deal with the illegal immigration and the UK makes no exception. The authorities are still developing plans and regulations to avoid such problems and to help people stay in the UK legally.

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