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The one issue UK voters are most concerned about.

The one issue UK voters are most concerned about.

March, 2015

In May this year the UK public will once again take to the voting polls. This year’s general elections have had many talking points on what issues will make or break this years winning parties campaign. In a recent poll conducted by leading opinion poll company YouGov Immigration was identified as the main concern for UK voters. The UK Government has had very stern policies surrounding immigration with changes and reforms making it near impossible for people to migrate or stay in the country.
UK to Relax Visa Rules for South Africa Business Travellers

UK to Relax Visa Rules for South Africa Business Travellers

February, 2015

As of April 1, business travelers wanting to visit the United Kingdom for leisure travel will no longer require two separate visas to do so, as the UK announces changes to its visa rules.
Decisions on UK Visa Applications in Uruguay Shall Be Made in Bogota

Decisions on UK Visa Applications in Uruguay Shall Be Made in Bogota

January, 2015

From 26 January 2015, applications for visa for the United Kingdom submitted in Uruguay will be decided in Bogota.
UK Varsities Offer 401 Scholarship Awards for Indian Students

UK Varsities Offer 401 Scholarship Awards for Indian Students

January, 2015

The United Kingdom will be offering the highest number of scholarships ever worth 1.5 million pound (approx. Rs15.10 crore) to attract more Indian students.
Britain Introduced Simplified Business Visa Scheme for Chinese Applicants

Britain Introduced Simplified Business Visa Scheme for Chinese Applicants

December, 2014

UK Visas and Immigration has introduced a new visa scheme named “Select Business Scheme UK” (SBS UK) which allows Chinese businessmen or their representatives to make a visa application quickly.
Home Office Announced New Powers to Tackle Sham Marriages

Home Office Announced New Powers to Tackle Sham Marriages

November, 2014

Immigration and Security Minister James Brokenshire announced new powers that can assist the Home Office in tackling sham marriages.
UK Announces Exemptions to Transit Visa Regulations

UK Announces Exemptions to Transit Visa Regulations

November, 2014

As of December 1, 2014, South Africans, Swaziland and Lesotho nationals who hold a valid visa for Australia, Canada, New Zealand or the United States of America will no longer be required to have a transit visa to travel through the UK.
UK Registered Traveller Scheme Extended

UK Registered Traveller Scheme Extended

November, 2014

The United Kingdom Home Office has announced that travelers from United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan who frequently visit the UK can now benefit from a UK fast-track service.
Do you have an ILR? Don't make this mistake!

Do you have an ILR? Don't make this mistake!

November, 2014

The Indefinite Leave to Remain or ILR visa is visa which grants its holder permanent residency in the UK. If you currently hold an ILR you must be cautioned that it can be lost if you aren’t aware of the conditions it holds. The biggest mistake most ILR visa holders make is to assume that your stay in the UK is now permanent once your visa is granted. Many people get this visa and then leave the UK to pursue other things with the reasoning that they can always come back if things don’t work out elsewhere.
UK Launched Joint Short Stay Visa with Ireland

UK Launched Joint Short Stay Visa with Ireland

November, 2014

A new British-Irish Visa scheme between Ireland and the United Kingdom has been officially announced by British Ambassador to China Sir Sebastian Wood and Irish Ambassador Paul Kavanagh on October 28, 2014. Accordingly, visitors from China are permitted to visit both the UK and Republic of Ireland on a single travel visa.