This month we chatted to Carina, wife to Jacques and mother to 4 boys, aged 4 – 12, who took the plunge in 2009 and moved to Australia.
Tag Archives | Visas
Justice 4 Domestic Workers this week led a protest outside parliament, which saw hundreds of migrant domestic workers demonstrating against proposed changes to their visa conditions.
A recent study revealed that almost 15% of people who qualify for and hold a UK Ancestry Visa are already British Citizens but don’t know it!
The government announced recently that it will actively encourage “exceptionally talented leaders” in the fields of science, humanities, engineering and the arts to come to the UK by opening a new Tier 1 category entitled “Exceptional Talent”.
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This month, we look at Visas, naturalisation and continuous residency.
As part of the plan to alleviate the skills shortage in regional Australia, particularly in the booming mining industry, immigration minister Chris Bowen recently announced major changes to the visa programme. These changes include increasing the number of skilled migrant places for the 2011/12 Migration Programme to 185 000, as well as increasing the number of family visas.
So you’re thinking about moving from the UK to Australia? Immigration websites and forums are always full of questions and conversations about this very move, hinting at its popularity. So, is the grass really greener on the Other Side?
The disappointment hovering over South African travelers, following the UK’s announcement that South Africans will need to incur an average minimum cost of R 938 to attain a 6 month visitor visas, and up to R7000 to receive a 10 Year Visitor Visa in order to gain entry into the UK, has just been some [...]
Following biggest clamp down in UK Immigration law, over the past 4 decades, with the announced issuance of Visas for South African citizens to enter the UK, the UK Border Agency (UKBA) have recently announced their proposed fee increases for 2009 and 2010.