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Preparing for Change: Sponsor Management System Update for Skilled Worker Sponsorship The UK's approach to skilled worker sponsorship is changing, and with it comes an important system update that all sponsors need to be aware of.Effective 4

Significant Changes to UK Immigration Rules From 4 April 2024 Confirmed in Latest Statement of Changes On 14 March 2024, the UK Home Office confirmed its most significant overhaul of work visa pathways since Brexit, signalling a

Home Office Confirms Key UK Immigration Dates for 2024 The UK government has officially announced the dates for a series of significant changes to its immigration policies, set to take effect in 2024. These changes are crucial

Positive Update for UK Sponsor Licence Holders: Renewal Process Changes From 6 April 2024 Attention All UK Sponsor Licence Holders! There's a significant change coming to the UK sponsor licence process, and it's great news for many

The anticipated changes to the UK's Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) are now confirmed to take effect on 6 February 2024, following recent parliamentary approval.Details of the IHS Fee Increase:Adult Applicants: The IHS fee for adults increases from

The planned increase in the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS), announced last July, has been postponed. Originally set for 16th  January, the increase is now expected to take effect no earlier than 31st January.This delay offers a narrow

Attention Employers and HR Professionals: Significant changes to the UK Skilled Worker visa route and the Immigration Health Surcharge are on the horizon, effective from 6 April 2024 (expected), and 16 January 2024 (confirmed), respectively. What’s Changing:

On 7 December, the UK government issued the latest Statement of Changes to its immigration rules, bringing notable updates in various areas, including some welcome changes to the visitor category. This alert outlines the key changes, and

On 4 December, Home Secretary James Cleverley announced the UK Government's new 5-step plan to significantly reduce net migration and address perceived issues within the immigration system. These changes are expected to take effect from Spring 2024.

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