July 3rd 2009 - Points based System for Immigration and Visas
Source - UK Border Agency
The new UK Border Agency Points Based System has introduced immigration policy to address the needs of the UK's labour market and attract highly skilled individuals to help contribute to economic growth and to fill skills gaps that can not be filled from people currently in the UK. Mathew Collins Director of AmblerCollins Visas and Relocation stated, " the new Points Based System has now been introduced and our Clients both Corporate and Personal have had to engage with the new regulations. The recession has seen a decline in the number of Companies bringing people into the UK but that was to be expected under the current economic climate."
At present two of the key UK visa routes for employment related immigration to the UK are the Tier 1 Highly Skilled Visa and the Tier 2 Work Permit visa scheme.
Our experienced OISC registered consultants can manage all aspects of your UK visa application from an initial assessment through to a successful conclusion. Our service covers:
Providing an initial immigration assessment and advice on all of the available options relevant to your personal circumstance.
Conducting a thorough assessment and subsequently preparing and submitting a detailed application to the UK Border Agency.
Communicating with relevant government departments and managing each stage of your application.
Provide post approval advice and information on your compliance and responsibilities.
We specialise in assisting employers and recruiters to secure the talent and skills they require, while also providing skilled overseas professionals with comprehensive guidance and support for all categories of all UK work permits.
The AmblerCollins team continue to process applications for Indefinite Leave to Remain, British naturalisation, UK student visas, UK ancestry visas and UK entry clearance
If you have further enquires on immigration to the UK, NZ, Australia or the USA,
please contact Ambler Collins and we will undertake a complimentary assessment of your eligibility. Email us at;
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