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  • When the UK announced a points-based immigration system earlier this year, there were comparisons to other countries that use a points-based immigration system. One of them is Canada which has been using a points-based immigration system successfully for years to issue visas to immigration candidates. To make a comparison between the immigration systems and know… Read More »

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    The UK launched the Global Talent Visa on February 20 this year as a replacement for the Tier 1 Exceptional Talent visa. Features of the Global Talent visa The Global Talent Visa allows visa holders to switch freely between organizations, employers, and positions. The visa is designed to cater to the ‘best and brightest’ from… Read More »

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  • The United Kingdom introduced a points-based immigration system at the end of 2019 which will come into effect from January 2021. The new system, it is hoped will provide an opportunity to all immigrants irrespective of the fact where they are from, the focus will be on their skills. The candidates will get points for… Read More »

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  • With the US president, Donald Trump imposing a ban on the processing of H-1B workers for the rest of this year, those looking for an overseas career especially in the tech sector can consider the UK and its Global Talent Visa scheme to work in the country. The Global Talent visa was introduced by the… Read More »

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  • In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, many countries have introduced immigration changes which are forcing many students to reconsider their study abroad plans. But provisions that will allow international students to stay on in the country on a post-study work visa can make many consider a study abroad option. In view of this the… Read More »

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  • The Tier 2 (General) visa enables citizens outside the EEA to enter and work in the UK and is initially valid for three or five years. If you lived and worked under this scheme in the UK, your visa may continue to be extended to a maximum of six years. It should be remembered, however,… Read More »

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