Thousands of the UK’s foreign national NHS nurses could be sent home by 2020 due to the government’s new immigration cap.
The road to London, for South Africans at least, is paved with hiccups, last-minute costs ...
Due to “systematic contraventions of Australia’s anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing laws”, the Australian ...
Relocating to the UK and want to bring your cat or dog across the ocean? ...
The government’s skilled workers immigration cap for this year has already been hit. This is ...
The road to London, for South Africans at least, is paved with hiccups, last-minute costs and unforeseen circumstances. Keith van der Linde unpacks some of these experiences to help you plan for the big move.
Due to “systematic contraventions of Australia’s anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing laws”, the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) has issued a £167,389 fine – its largest to date.
Relocating to the UK and want to bring your cat or dog across the ocean? Here are some important tips to help get them to their new home happy and safe.
The government’s skilled workers immigration cap for this year has already been hit. This is likely to have a knock-on effect and cause a backlog of applications for the rest of the year.
According to an internal memo picked up by The Daily Telegraph, HMRC’s £100 fine for people who missed the tax return deadline on 31 January is frequently being waived.
If you want to ace your next job interview, learning more about psychometric testing can give you a big advantage. These tests are used by employers who want insight into the strengths, weaknesses and character of prospective employees.
As of 6 April 2015, section 65 of the Immigration Act 2014 came into force making provisions within the British Nationality Act 1981 to allow anyone who was born before 1 July 2006, regardless of age, to apply for British citizenship through a UK-born father. We look at what this change means for you.
With the 2015 UK elections set to take place in early May, Tories and Labour are still almost equal in recent polls. There is no clear victor in sight, and it’s uncertain what the UK immigration landscape will look like in a year. In this article we examine the implications of a Tory or Labour […]
On 25 April 1915 troops from Britain, Australia, New Zealand and France made a pre-dawn amphibious landing on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey. During the eight months of fierce fighting that followed, some 8,000 Australians and 2,000 New Zealanders lost their lives through combat, wounds or disease. This year marks the centenary of their brave […]