6 Reasons Why The UK is the Ideal Migration Destination

When people think of the UK, London is the first place that springs to mind as a place of employment opportunity. However, the UK has numerous economic centres offering a wide variety of employment opportunities to professionals and workers alike.   Here are just a few reasons why you should consider migrating to the UK in the near future.   Oxford University   World-Class Education...

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What should entrepreneurs do to prepare for Brexit?

  What should entrepreneurs do to prepare for Brexit? The cloud of uncertainty revolving around Brexit is unmistakable. Once the negotiations between the EU and UK end in 2019, everything will be different. No sector is immune from its aftereffect, not even entrepreneurs - regardless of their size.   Many business owners see the EU membership as an “access to opportunity.” By being a citizen...

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Why have Banks and Building Societies been instructed to check the immigration status of all account holders?

The biggest news to hit since Brexit broke out last year is the announcement of banks and building societies being asked to check the migration status of all account holders.   Read our full article in detail here.   In short, the UK government has asked Banks and Building Societies to check all of the account holders against a list of known illegal immigrants hiding out in the UK.   The...

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Why do foreign citizens come to the UK for work?

Economic prowess alone makes a country attractive to many foreign citizens looking for work. The United Kingdom, a member of G7, or the seven most advanced economies in the world, is amongst the most popular destinations for overseas labour. In the newest survey conducted by the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI), the UK ranked third; only falling behind Switzerland and Singapore. Among...

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This is why foreign citizens visit the UK

There is something about the United Kingdom that makes it hard to resist. Some say it’s the culture, the arts, the countless museums, historic landmarks, and unique architecture, while to others, it’s all about the simple beauties like the music scene, the sprawling lakes outside the cities, and even the Queen. And we haven't mentioned the wonderful accents yet, the iconic red telephone booths and...

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Why do foreign citizens come to the UK to study?

The United Kingdom has long been famous for its world-class universities. The city of London is home not only to world recognised educational institutions but also to its beautiful campuses; enough to lure thousands of students from across the world every year. Currently, the UK is the second most popular destination in the world for international students after the United States.     So what...

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Why do foreign citizens come to the UK to visit their family?

According to a report by the Migration Observatory, the number of foreign-born population in the United Kingdom had increased by over 100 percent between 1993 and 2015 from 3.8 million to almost 8.7 million.  This number alone explains why thousands of family visa-related requests are generated every year. The more immigrants the UK accepts, the more reason for the immigrant's loved ones to...

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UK government starts using premises license to detect illegal workers

Since 6 April 2017, UK immigration officers have been enjoying their new powers in which they could refuse to grant a license to applicants who do not have legal permission to be or work in the country. Through this, the UK Home Office and Immigration Enforcement will be able to determine illegal immigrants by simply scouring unlicensed liquor store shops across the country. Speak to one of...

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UK government releases statement on Manchester attack, offers help

Through the Home Office, the government of the United Kingdom has issued a statement following the recent terror attack in Manchester. Home Secretary Amber Rudd expressed the government’s condolences to all the innocent victims who have been affected by the attack, calling it “barbaric” and “horrific.”   “My thoughts and prayers go out to the families and the victims who have been affected,...

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Explaining the Leave vote, or why a big slice of UK’s population chose to part ways with the EU

  Brexit was a tragic experience that couldn’t be altered anymore, especially if the new UK prime minister’s stance on the matter is to respect the majority vote. Tragic, because it’s akin to witnessing the first months of an erring, newly elected populist leader, as a lot of Brits seemed to have felt its horrible aftereffects even though the EU divorce remains a nascent idea since it has yet to...

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