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Restrictions on overseas nurses' recruitment to be lifted temporarily October 16, 2015
Restrictions on recruitment of nurses from abroad to be lifted temporarily

Restrictions on NHS foundation for recruiting the nurses from abroad have been lifted temporarily after warnings that the crises in the medical staffing is threatening this winter.Nurses are added to the shortage occupation list of the government which means that the nurses from outside of the Area of European Economy ...

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Providers discussed the impact of recent immigration policy changes in the UK October 15, 2015
Education Providers discussed the impact of recent immigration policy changes in the UK

Policies by the UK Home Office which is affecting the foreign students and its impact on the country’s image as the education destination for the overseas students was the issue of the debate at the Study UK’s conference.Exporting Education UK, Chairman, Graham Able, had called the UK government’s approach to the...

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Irish Minister announced funds for the government's Emigrant Support Program October 14, 2015
Minister announced funds for the Ireland emigrant support program

Foreign affairs and Trade Minister Charlie Flanagan had highlighted the allocations within the 2016 budget for the ongoing modernization of passport service, additional development of consular assistance capacities and continuous support for the people of Ireland and the Diaspora groups around the world.Around 11.6 mil...

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UK based foreign law firms are affected by the immigration rules of Tier 2 visa October 14, 2015
International law firms based in the UK are affected by the immigration rules of Tier 2 visa

The Law Society is making an agreement with the business giants all over London that the tougher rules for the Tier 2 visa are going to be a threat to the capital crown of the UK as the world recruitment leader.Law Society said that the immigration restrictions of the UK is preventing all the foreign law firms that a...

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No change of treaty and no border control in the demands by the government for EU October 13, 2015
No change of treaty and no border control in the demands by the government for EU

After waiting for months, the government of Britain has revealed its demands in attempting for renegotiating the EU membership of Britain and euroseptics are not likely to be happy.The government is having four key necessities like a clear statement that Britain would not be a part of superstate of Europe. A clear stat...

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Scottish universities requires to play a bigger part on the world stage October 13, 2015
Universities in Scotland requires to play a bigger part on the world stage

The government of Scotland is called on for doing much more for boosting the overseas profile of the colleges and universities of Scotland.As per the released reports, an action for boosting the research and helping more Scottish students for studying abroad has been encouraged. It came after the President of the Royal...

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MP's will debate plans for clamp down on illegal immigration October 13, 2015
MP's are going to debate plans for clamp down on illegal immigration

For the first time, the legislation for clamp down on the migrants who are not legal in the UK will be debated by the MP’s.The bill will not allow the migrants who are not legal, the facilities like access to the banking, housing, etc. and boosting the powers of the immigration officers.As per the government, it want...

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Britain's Home Secretary promises abolition of Immigration and Asylum reform October 12, 2015
Britain's Home Secretary promises abolition of Immigration and Asylum reform

Theresa May has been serving as the UK’s Home Secretary since five years, and throughout her term she has been speaking about decreasing the immigrants entry into Britain. Current statistics had revealed that the total number of migrants who entered in the UK stood at 3,30,000 which is the highest ever.In a recently ...

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