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Immigration is a hotly debated topic in the UK at the moment. After a record year for migration numbers, the Government is making changes to the rules.
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If you have previous criminal convictions, have a criminal record or have served time in prison, it may affect your UK visa application.
The Home Office has revealed the date that the new visa application fees will be introduced. Read on to find out more.
The Home Office has announced changes to how biometric residence permits (BRPs) are delivered. Read on and find out all you need to know.
Home Office announces new changes to immigration rules including Youth Mobility Scheme, ETA and EUSS
The Home Office has released a new Statement of Changes that includes updates to the Youth Mobility Scheme (YMS), Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) and EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS), among others.
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The UK government has entered into a new agreement with Turkey to enforce operations to help stop and prevent small boats of migrants from entering the UK.
The Government has introduced arrangements after UK university marking boycotts impact Graduate Visa applications
The University and College Union (UCU) marking and assessment boycotts that began on 20 April 2023, have impacted how long those on Student Visas have to wait to switch to a Graduate Visa.
From September 2023 onwards, anyone with Pre-settled Status in the UK will have their status extended if they have not yet gained Settled Status.
From 2024, The Home Office will be tripling fines for businesses who are employing illegal migrants. This comes as part of efforts to discourage migrants entering the UK.
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