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UK Immigration: Reveals New Rules for its Fast-track Visas


The UK government on 20 Dec 2019 confirmed plans to launch a new visa for eligible doctors & nurses from nations around the globe, including India, to overcome workforce deficits in the state-funded National Health (N.H.S) Service. Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister had made recommendations to new NHS visa on the...
Posted On : 26-12-2019Read More


UK Report - Post-Brexit Visa System Must Encourage Creative Industries


The UK's immigration system after Brexit must be tailored to satisfy the requirements of the nation's extremely successful creative businesses, the Confederation of British Industry (C.B.I) has asked in a new report. Started on 23 Oct in London in the attendance of Nicky Morgan, the Secretary for Digital & Sport, the &#...
Posted On : 24-10-2019Read More


UK Government Announces Easy Visa Process for Web Designers and Architects


The UK government on 09 Sept 2019 included architects, web designers and veterinarians in a list of occupations that face a deficit in the United Kingdom and which involves more relaxed visa norms to enable employers to hire the ...
Posted On : 10-09-2019Read More


UK PM Plans to Remove Visa Caps for Exceptionally Talented Professionals


UK's PM is to launch fast-track visas for the world's best scientists, mathematicians, and engineers as he declares relaxation to the previous immigration restrictions. Theresa May, Previous UK PM focused on numbers-driven path to non-EU migration, the current prime minister proposes to remove caps for...
Posted On : 10-08-2019Read More


The UK Set to Introduce Australian Type of Immigration System


The New Prime Minister of Britain, Boris Johnson, is interested in introducing a points-based system for attracting skilled overseas workers. Introducing the new measures There was also an expression of interest in amnesty for immigrants who did not use the legal way to entry.  More...
Posted On : 26-07-2019Read More


UK Immigration Observes A Decade High Indian Student Enrolments


Indian students are ultimately choosing to the UK once again. For almost a decade, the Indian students' number going to the UK every year had been sliding. However, the trend changed in 2017-18, with 19,750 Indian students moving to the UK. It is a notable bounce back from previous year 16,550. It also matched with the ...
Posted On : 12-06-2019Read More


UK Government Plans to Bring Back Post-Study Work Visas


Jo Johnson’s bill wins 26 Tories support, along with brother Boris, prompting recommendations the government will accept it.   The UK government could be forced to allow the return of post-study work visas for abroad students later Jo Johnson’s intention to force its hand attracted notable Cons...
Posted On : 10-06-2019Read More


UK Introduced New Visa Categories to Encourage Tech Companies


Momentum in the U.K. tech sector is growing relentlessly, and it comes as no wonder that the U.K. offers a diversity of opportunities to promote established and fledgling tech firms to fix up a U.K. presence. Due to the niche skills needed by tech companies, organizations usually develop their workforce utilizing a blend of existing abroad ...
Posted On : 07-06-2019Read More


Denmark Soon Implements New Reforms for Interns in the Green Sector


The Immigration and Integration minister has made reforms to the executive order about the work permits and residence for interns and volunteers. The reforms will be effective as of 1 Jun 2019, and they appeal solely to the green sector. Details of the Amendments Intern Age Current rules: The intern age ...
Posted On : 22-05-2019Read More


UK : post-Study Visa Permits International Students to Work for More Time


Indian and other global students to the U.K. to receive further time to work after finishing their graduation or post-graduation, below changes published by the government of U.K. It is part of the reforms declared to Britain’s education plan for international students. New Reforms to Post-study Work Visa The r...
Posted On : 18-03-2019Read More