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UK student visas: A challenge for Indo-Britain relations June 21, 2018
UK student visas: A challenge for Indo-Britain relations

The realityThe recent changes to visa rules have led to more tensions to visa-related issues, between London and New Delhi. The development, which has caused consternation, is the inclusion of China, and not India, to the list of countries, whose citizens will face less painful visa applications.Britain’s Home Of...

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UK opens visa slots for IT Professionals, Engineers, Teachers June 18, 2018
UK opens visa slots for IT Professionals, Engineers, Teachers

There is good news for Indian IT professionals, engineers, doctors and teachers. The UK government plans introducing a new immigration policy which will benefit them. The government aims to bring a few changes to the immigration policy in Parliament. Furthermore it will ease the visa rules for businesses who intend...

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UK's New Home Secretary Planning for the Better Immigration System June 12, 2018
Javid Planning for Compassionate Immigration System

It has only been a month since Sajid Javid became home secretary of the United Kingdom and had already made some serious commitments. In a recent interview with BBC News, Javid said that he is planning for a fairer, more compassionate immigration system that gives more freedom to his staff to use their common sense...

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Salary Threshold for Non-EU workers is Increased to £55,000 June 08, 2018
Salary Threshold for Non-EU workers is Increased to £55,000

When the news was out that the United Kingdom government reached monthly tier 2 visa limit for the sixth time in a row, many assumed that the salary threshold will increase once again. Immigration experts believe that salary requirement for tier 2 visa certificate of sponsorship will rise once again. The UK Vi...

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Tier 2 Visa may Affect Foreign Academics June 04, 2018
Foreign Academics in Debt Because of Tier 2 Visa

Many Indian and non - European Union professors working at British universities are in heavy debt as they need to pay increased tier 2 visa costs and permanent residency costs if they want to continue working. UK Home Office allows non - European Union workers to work in the country for up to five years. UK visas are t...

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Indian Migrants Struggling Because of UK Immigration Policies May 30, 2018
Indian Migrants Struggling Because of UK Immigration Policies

Indian doctors make up a majority of Great Britain’s National Health Service but hundreds of those who were recruited in the past six months because UK Home Office is receiving a tremendously high number of tier 2 visa applications received from UK Home Office. Theresa May, former Home Secretary, implement...

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Blair Faces Heat In Wake Of His Recommendations September 11, 2017
Blair Faces Heat In Wake Of His Recommendations

Tony Blair still intent on stopping Brexit – recommends government to curb immigration instead The former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is in the spotlight again. This time, it is because of his remarks and recommendations to the government about their Brexit efforts and immigration policy. In a stark ...

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Britain Planning To Impose Caps On Unskilled Migrant Workers From The European Union September 09, 2017
Britain Planning To Impose Caps On Unskilled Migrant Workers From The European Union

A leaked government document from Home Office, UK has been made public amidst debates and controversies pertaining to the prevailing immigration issue. The document lays out a myriad of reforms to be carried out in the UK’s immigration system in a total of three phases after separating from the European Union. ...

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