Immigration Insights

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Appendix D Sponsor Licence Records

One of the common areas of immigration compliance risk among sponsor licence holders relates to record-keeping. Sponsor licence holders must retain the relevant documents as listed in Appendix D. Failure

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Sponsor Licence Suspended? (Act Now!)

If your organisation’s sponsor licence has been suspended, your next steps will be critical. Receiving a sponsor licence suspension notice from the Home Office is justifiable cause for concern. After

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Sponsor Licence Revoked?

If an organisation with a sponsor licence does not satisfy the various compliance duties as required under the Immigration Rules, the Home Office has powers to take enforcement action. Where

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Skilled Worker Visa Going Rate

One of the eligibility requirements under the Skilled Worker Visa route is that the role being recruited for pays at or above the relevant minimum salary threshold. In most cases, the

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UK Visa Fees 2021

What are the current UK Visa Fees? The Home Office charges UK visa applicants a fee to process their application. How much you need to pay will depend on which

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British Citizenship Fees 2021

When applying for UK naturalisation, one of the key considerations will be cost and how much you will need to pay in British Citizenship fees. In 2021, it costs £1,330 to make

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PBS Dependant Guidance

A PBS dependant visa gives permission to enter and remain in the UK to family members of individuals who have or are applying for a UK visa under the points-based

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English Language Test for UK Visas

The English language test for UK visas, ILR and citizenship is used to evidence an applicant’s ability to meet the required standard under the Immigration Rules. Applicants from non-English speaking countries

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UK Vignette Visa Guide

If you have been granted a UK visa for a period of more than six months, you would usually be issued a vignette visa. The vignette is not the actual

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