UK Immigration Terms: What is Right of Abode?

UK Immigration: What is the Right of Abode?   Foreign citizens applying for a visa to the United Kingdom often encounter the term “Right of Abode,” which could be mistaken for one’s entitlement to own a house or property. According to the UK government, the phrase means “one’s right to live or work in the UK without any immigration restrictions.”  According to UK immigration rules, there are...

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UK announces new immigration rules

Last year, the government of the United Kingdom said that there would be a few tweaks to its immigration policies. Some of these were implemented at the outset of the year, including the immigration health surcharge and the minimum income requirement for sponsoring non-EEA spouses.  The new changes focus on the Tier 2 visa, the main immigration route for skilled workers.  On April 6, 2017, as...

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8 things to do in London on a budget

  London on a budget: 8 things to do in this beautiful city   From a tourist’s perspective, it would be hard to incorporate London with "low-price" especially with how books and literature have labelled the picturesque European city. Thanks to the countless images of the Queen and the royal couple on TV, we’ve long thought of this city as a place solely reserved for romance, for the stylish,...

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4 Unique British Customs Every Immigrant Must Know

  There are a lot of recognisable things about the Brits. On top of the long list is the sexy accent. How about their exceptional style? Perhaps you’ve also noticed their penchant for tipping, as well as their preference for a more formal language embellished with adverbs even in the most mundane circumstances.     Indeed, the list goes on, and we’re not yet talking about their quirky festivals...

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