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The Health and Care Visa and Care workers – What is it and who can apply?

01 - 09 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

  With the shortage of health care workers wreaking havoc on care homes across the country in the wake of Brexit and Covid-19, many care…

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Covid Right To Work Checks – A Post Brexit Summary

16 - 07 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

With the closure of the EU settlement scheme, employers of EU staff members will now have to perform right to work checks to ensure that…

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New Plans for Immigration – A Summary

23 - 06 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Corporate, Immigration News, Legislation, Sponsorship, Visas

  On the 24th of May 2021 Priti Patel announced a variety of changes to be made in the immigration. The gist of the move…

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How to Avoid Problems at the Border when visiting the UK – A Guide for EU and Other non-visa nationals

21 - 05 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

  With Brexit now in full swing, many EU nationals are now coming up against the UK’s ‘hostile environment’ immigration policy for the first time….

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Introducing the UK-India Young Professionals Scheme

13 - 05 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

  What is it? As part of a new agreement with India, the UK government has agreed (albeit in a non-binding agreement) to participate in…

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Applicants for Biometric Residency Permit/Card Replacement Service to be able to use IDV App to submit biometrics

29 - 04 - 21

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

Due to increased demand for replacement Biometric Residence Permits and Cards the Home Office’s commercial partner UKVCAS has been struggling with appointment availability for all…

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