Immigration

November 4, 2017

Why UK Still Needs New EU Immigrants After Brexit

Firms in Britain would still depend on foreign migrants from nations in the European Union after the event of Brexit, the countries members of parliament disclosed. A strong Commons committee disclosed that the government should consider laws which would grant workers in the European Union the eligibility to bypass some laws on migration just to […]

Immigration
November 4, 2017

UK Consumer Spending Grows At Slowest Rate

The yearly economic spending power of the British citizen rose has experienced a slow rise in recent years in the first quarter of the year 2017. This is an indication of the nation’s economic woes as the country braces itself for the commencement of Brexit, a report stated in the early hours of Monday. A […]

Immigration
November 4, 2017

Post Brexit 200000 Valid Immigrants Required To Scale Up UK’s Economy

United Kingdom’s decision to move out of European Union has resulted in certain drastic condition for UK’s economy. With the majority of population ageing faster, labour shortage and lower productivity with efficiency to convert the requirements Immigration can turn into a Boon in disguise for Nation to regain its upbeat economic status.   To avoid […]

Immigration
October 24, 2017

POSSIBLE TO SWITCH TO A TIER 2 PERMIT FROM A STUDENT VISA

The UK Home Office has tightened the rules in regard to switching from within the UK over the past years, on when Tier 4 (General) migrants (i.e. those holding a student visa for the UK) can switch into the Tier 2 (General) category. Fortunately, there are still options available to migrants who are currently in […]

Immigration
October 24, 2017

UK IMMIGRATION POLICY CHANGES

Immigration Skills Charge; closure of multiple visa routes; increases in the minimum salary requirement for Tier 2 skilled workers. Raising the cost, eligibility criteria and narrowing options for migrant workers to the come the UK has been part of the Government’s wider mandate to reduce net migration. The 2017 Conservative manifesto took on immigration with […]

Immigration
October 24, 2017

History again shows Malaysia and India to common ground with best benefits

A vow made on common ground to accomplish things by working together in one accord and together not just a little but together a lot more can be achieved. Perhaps this was one unanimous oath between India and Malaysia. A promising future can create a world of opportunities and enhance a better understanding. This indicates […]

Immigration