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Here you’ll find top tips for working holidaymakers, our picks for this year’s best tourist destinations, business travel advice & much more

UK Skilled Worker Visa (Tier 2) – All you Need to Know

Are you planning to go to the UK for a long-term employment opportunity? If so, a Skilled Worker visa could be an option for you! You can apply for a Skilled Worker visa if you have a job opportunity with an approved employer. The visa will allow you to go to the UK to work […]

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How to Apply for a UK Work Visa as an International Employee

In order to travel to the UK as an international employee, you must have a job offer from an employer who has been granted a sponsor licence. Then, an employer can assign a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) to an international employee when they have a role to offer them. TABLE OF CONTENTS UK Tier Visa […]

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Are You and Your EU Employees Prepared for Brexit?

As you are aware, the UK left the EU on 1 January 2021. As a result, there are a number of new rules that British employers of EU citizens should be aware of. As per the new structure in the UK, a new immigration system applies to people arriving in the UK from 1 January […]

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UK’s New Immigration System From 2021 Explained

At 11 PM on 31 December 2020, freedom of movement between the UK and EU ended. From January 1, 2021, the UK is no longer be part of the EU’s Customs union and Single Market and all legal aspects of Britain’s membership cease to apply. There is no change in Irish citizens’ rights to freely […]

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UK Ancestry Visa – All You Need To Know

Are you dreaming of moving to the UK to live and work? If so, there are many routes you can choose to take when applying for a visa. If you have a grandparent who was born in the UK, you may be able to apply for an Ancestry visa. In this guide, we’ll cover everything […]

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Brexit and Free Labour Movement in Europe

Recently Europe and European Union faced a big economic and political crisis which echoed globally. The effect over the economies and financial markets was immediate. Billions were lost and the British pound dropped significantly. After all, what does it mean and how it will affect the average European citizen his normal life and freedom of […]

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