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Demand For UK Visas Surges In Technology Sector Post BREXIT


The UK tech Visa demand soar with the requirement for computer language coders increased to four times following the past 12 months surge in the technology sector. This is a consequence of the aftermath of BREXIT which had also proposed one of its agenda ‘Immigration’ to be sort under the Theresa May government tenure. ...
Posted On : 29-05-2017Read More


Around 2,48,000 Expats Wiped Out From UK in 2016


A fall of 84,000 Immigrants from UK have been reported as current statistics for the year 2016.The year 2015 had nearly 338,000 immigration from different countries. The Home Secretary Amber Rudd said,”It's good that the overall figure has come down now by nearly a quarter in a year. We're determined to make sure that we do...
Posted On : 25-05-2017Read More


Study: Britain Requires More Immigrants To keep Its Service Industries Functional


As per a research conducted by the ‘Office for National Statistics’, the European Immigrants account for approximately 10 percent of the workforce in certain sectors in the UK’s economy. This research was conducted with an aim to focus on the severity of imposing restrictions on the immigration after the Britain Exit which h...
Posted On : 13-04-2017Read More


The UK Makes It Tougher And Costlier To Obtain Tier 2 Visas


The Home Office, United Kingdom had announced major changes in the visa fees last year. The tougher and more expensive visa rules were implemented from 6th April 2017. The reformed visa fee will be affecting the Indians along with nationals visiting the UK from outside European Union (EU) nations. As per an official statement relea...
Posted On : 06-04-2017Read More


Impact Of Brexit: Signs That Number Of EU Workers Travelling To The UK Are in Decline


In a signal that the impact of the Brexit vote for the UK to leave the European Union is impacting the inflow of foreign workers to the UK a new report has shown that numbers may have peaked.  Article 50, the official process for the UK to leave the European Union, is due to be implemented by the end of March and there has bee...
Posted On : 23-03-2017Read More


Britain Moves One Step Closer To EU Exit


Prime Minister Theresa May, has been given the green light by UK parliament to move Brexit negotiations to the next level. Alongside these announcements, Nicola Sturgeon has requested another referendum for Scotland, suggesting that Scotland is being forced to leave the EU, without any real say in the matter. England and Scotland h...
Posted On : 14-03-2017Read More


Australia Puts Pressure On UK To Relax Visa Regulations


Australia has told the UK that it will need to relax visa regulations, if it wants to strike a free trade deal after Brexit! The suggestions came from Alexander Downer who is Australia’s high commissioner to the UK. He stated that Australians needed better access to the UK, before any post Brexit deal could be agreed. The appeals apply ...
Posted On : 13-03-2017Read More


Skills Charge To Be Applied For Non European Economic Nationals Working In UK


An “Immigrations Skills Charge” is set to be confirmed on the 6th April 2017, the Home Office has confirmed. The charge will make it more costly for companies to employ workers from outside of the European Economic Area. The charge, which is still subject to approval by parliament, will be payable by companies who emplo...
Posted On : 02-03-2017Read More


Will Brexit Mean British People Need To Work Longer?


As Britain prepares to leave the EU, a new report from the Oxford Institute of Population has suggested that a fall in the influx of EU migrants may lead to British Citizens having to work for longer. The dramatic reduction of EU workers would mean the retirement age for British people would need to be increased in order to offset the tax def...
Posted On : 01-03-2017Read More


Is This The Time For Commonwealth Countries To Benefit From a better Trade Deal With The UK?


The UK Commonwealth Summit is set to take place between March the 9th and 10th and reports in the media, including the Sunday Telegraph, suggest that India could be in line for a better trade deal with the UK. There are around 30 ministers and 60 businesses set to attend and speculation puts better trade deals for some Commonwealth...
Posted On : 28-02-2017Read More