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Changes to the Immigration Rules effective from 19 November 2015

The main changes to the Immigration Rules are the following ones: Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) - making an amendment to the genuine entrepreneur test for initial applications so that the Secretary of St...
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New requirement for TIER 1 (INVESTOR) AND TIER 1 (ENTREPRENEUR) visa applications – OVERSEAS CRIMINAL RECORD CERTIFICATE

In April 2015, the Home Office introduced a new rule to require applicants to provide an overseas criminal record certificate from any country they have lived in continuously for 12 months or more ove...
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Changes to student visas (tier 4) effective from August 2015

The Home Office announced some changes to the Immigration Rules regarding to Tier 4 student visas. The main changes are: to stop new students at publicly funded colleges from working, bringing the...
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Immigration Health Surcharge

Effective from 6 April 2015, any migrant from outside of the EEA coming to the UK for longer than 6 months will have to pay a health surcharge of £200 per year (£150 per year for students). This will ...
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Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules, 26 February 2015

On 26 February 2015 The Home Office put forward a new statement of changes in immigration rules to Parliament. The main changes will be the following ones: Consolidate and clarify the Immigration...
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Table with further detail of indicative charges for 2015/16

The home office issued a Table with further detail of indicative charges for 2015/16. Below you can view the content of this latest document. [su_document url="http://www.esconsultancy.co.uk/wp-conte...
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Today (16 October 2014), the Home Office laid in the Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules (HC693) to the House of Commons

Today (16 October 2014), the Home Office laid in the Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules (HC693) to the House of Commons. Consequently the following changes will be introduced on the 6th of...
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