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Tier 2 Immigration Skills Charge: Who Needs to Pay?

The Tier 2 Immigration Skills Charge (ISC) was introduced by the Home Office on the 6th April 2017. The charge is payable when an employer sponsors an employee on a Tier 2 visa. If the organisation or business holds a Tier 2 sponsor licence and intends to sponsor a worker on a Tier 2 visa, they should consider whether the ISC is payable or exempt. !--more--

Under what circumstances are the ISC to be charged?

The ISC is applicable to a Tier 2 worker who is assigned a Certificate of Sponsorsh...

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How to Set Up a UK Bank Account

Whether you want to buy a house, get a job or simply hit the big city for some retail therapy, when moving to live in Britain, one of the first and most important steps is setting up a bank account. Ensuring that you hit the ground running, setting up a UK bank account provides you with both financial stability and security whilst living in Britain. If you’re wondering how it’s best for you to go about setting up your UK bank account, then read our guide and learn the basics of the UK bankin...

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Rule Changes to UK Immigration from January 2018

If you are one planning to migrate to the UK or are already living in the UK as a migrant, it is always best for you to know the latest changes in UK immigration law as any changes made will affect you directly or indirectly. In this regard, it is important to note that a new statement of changes was passed to the Parliament on the 7th December 2017 in the UK. These changes have come into effect from the 11th January 2018. !--more-- Apply for a UK visa

Tier 1 Entrepreneur

Previously, the applicant could...

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What to Do if Your UK Sponsor License is Revoked

All those working migrants in UK receive a Certificate of Sponsorship (Cos) from their employer in order to work in that organisation. But what if the UK sponsor license of the employer gets revoked? !--more--

What to do if you are an employee

Firstly, you will have to leave your job and leave the UK in such a situation unless you are applying for a new visa to stay in the UK. How it affects you depends on whether you are in the UK or outside the UK when the sponsorship license of your empl...

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Leave to Enter and Remain Under the Parent Route

The Home Office established the Parent Route under Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules. The ELTRPT section (i.e. Eligibility Leave to Remain as a Parent) is meant for adults (over 18) who have a child in the UK. The child must be settled in the UK or be a British Citizen. !--more-- If the child is living with the parent applying for leave to remain in the UK, they will need to establish that they have sole custody of the child. Sole Custody can be given by a court or the other parent may ...

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Staying in the UK on a Spouse Visa After a Divorce

What if you are staying in the UK on UK spouse visa with your partners visa and now you and your partner are going to separate? You will lose your visa status once you divorce or separate from your partner. Staying in the UK on a spouse visa after divorce will not be possible but there are other visa categories for which you can apply and stay in UK. But, if you are not eligible for any other visa category, then unfortunately you might have to leave UK. !--more-- A UK spouse visa allows yo...

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UK Visa Refusal Reasons for UK Visitor or Tourist Visas

A UK visitor visa allows you to enter and stay in UK for a short period of time. The UK standard visitor visa has replaced a wide array of different visas, such as the family visitor visa, general visitor visa, business visitor visa, child visitor visa, sports visitor visa, entertainment visitor visa, prospective entrepreneur visitor visa and private medical treatment visitor visa. !--more-- If you are coming to the UK for the purposes of tourism, then you don’t need to apply for a separat...

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Long Term UK Visit Visa for Private Medical Treatment

When you go to UK to receive a private medical treatment then you need to apply for UK standard visitor visa as this visa has replaced several short term visa categories which include the Private Medical Treatment Visitor Visa. !--more-- When you apply for a UK Standard visitor visa for private medical treatment then you must meet certain requirements. These are:

  1. You must be genuinely seeking entry into the UK for the purpose of receiving private medical treatment. The initial period
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Things to Expect When You Come to Work in the UK

As one of the leading countries in the world to do business in, the UK is a hotspot for some of the biggest global companies and brands in the world, and this makes it the ideal place for aspiring businessmen and entrepreneurs to come and work. However, as with any country, the UK has a number of laws, regulations and even customs that can make it a difficult place to navigate if you’re new to living within Britain. !--more-- If you’re looking to get your entrepreneur visa and work within ...

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Requirements for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa Extension

Are you holding a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa in UK? Do you want to extend your visa? If the answer is yes, then you can apply for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa extension. But what are the requirements and how long does it take to apply for an extension? !--more-- You should apply for extension before your current Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa expires.

UK Entreprenuer Visa Extension Requirements

  1. You meet the eligibility requirements for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa.
  2. You are registered as a dir
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Visa and Migration is a private OISC regulated company (F201500999) and is not an official Government body. If you would like to prepare and submit your UK immigration application yourself you can do so by visiting the UKVI website.