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Changes to the shortage occupations list

23 - 01 - 20

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

  There has been a radical shake up of the shortage occupation list.   the UKVI recently announced a radical revision of the Shortage Occupation…

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Renewing CoS allocations for this Financial Year

23 - 01 - 20

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

Many of you will be getting a monthly e-mail from the UKVI sponsor team reminding you to request your CoS allocation for next year.  …

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Promise of a temporary two-year extension for EU migrants to be scrapped

23 - 01 - 20

By: UK Visas | Category: Legislation

  According to recent reports No 10 is preparing to shut the door on EU migrants two years earlier than expected – so by the…

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New “Australian style” immigration policy

23 - 01 - 20

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

There is actually nothing new about the UK adopting an Australian style points-based system – we have this already.   The UK introduced the PBS…

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Tier 4 immigration scrutiny – why outsourcing is the safest option to protect UK educational establishments

13 - 01 - 20

By: UK Visas | Category: Immigration News

With close to half a million international students studying in the UK every year, educational institutions including universities, schools and colleges are under continuingly increasing…

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How will the Conservatives’ election win affect the UK immigration system?

23 - 12 - 19

By: UK Visas | Category: Brexit, Immigration News, Legislation, Visas

As we reach the end of 2019, we approach not only a new year and a new decade, but also a new era for the…

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