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    The New Immigration Framework

    The Government has released further details of the new immigration schemes that will open from 1 January 2021 when free movement ends with the EU. The 130-page document outlines the draft requirements for the main work and study routes to the UK. The new immigration architecture will be endorsed by Parliament later in the year…. Read More

  • Suspension of Entry to the United States for Foreign Nationals

    On 22 June 2020, President Trump issued a Proclamation suspending entry to the U.S. of foreign nationals in certain non-immigrant (temporary) visa classifications. The entry ban took effect on 24 June 2020 at 12:01 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time. WHO IS IMPACTED BY THE BAN? Individuals in the following visa categories who were outside of the U.S. on… Read More

  • Tier 2 Sponsor Compliance

    Background As part of UKVI’s aim to modernise, improve and broaden how it delivers sponsor register assurance, a new approach has been introduced which assesses Tier 2 sponsor compliance via a telephone interview. UKVI advise that the new activity will supplement but not replace the established activity of full compliance audits that are carried out… Read More

  • Singapore enters second phase of reopening on 19th June

    From Friday, 19 June 2020, most businesses and social activities will be allowed to resume when Singapore enters the second phase of its reopening following the lifting of the Circuit Breaker on 2 June. LONG-TERM PASS HOLDERS – APPROVAL TO ENTER SINGAPORE  All long-term pass holders (including those on employment/S passes and dependant passes) will… Read More

  • Suspension of Travel to the United States

    Suspension of Travel In response to the COVID- 19 pandemic, President Trump signed a series of Proclamations banning foreign nationals from entering the country if they had been in China, Iran, the Schengen Area, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, and Brazil within 14 days before entry. Among those exempt from the suspensions were:… Read More

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    COVID- 19 Quarantine for International Passengers

    International travellers entering the UK on or after 8th June 2020 will be required to self-isolate  for 14 days on arrival. This requirement will apply to British citizens, residents of the United Kingdom and international visitors. Requirements From Monday international passengers will be required to: Complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form Remain at the… Read More

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