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Migrant Workers Will Solve UK’s ‘Crippling’ Shortage of Care Workers From Caring UK July 2017 Edition

A report released by Independent Age proposed that the UK should open its borders to skilled migrants from around the world to address a shortfall of more than one million care workers by 2037. However, this report is in direct conflict with the Government’s migration policy to reduce net migration to the figures in the […]

Home Office Targets Care Home Sponsor Licences From Caring UK June 2017 Edition

The Home Office have placed an even greater focus on the importance of compliance of UK Care homes in a bid to eradicate poor management practices which have existed in the past. The increase in unannounced visits to the care homes follows on from Operation Magnify which highlighted a number of care homes that were […]

English Language Requirements for Non-EEA National Partners & Parents The nature and effect of more stringent language requirements

 Introduction Since 29th November 2010, the UK Government has progressively introduced an English Language requirement within the Immigration Rules, to be met by non-European Economic Area (non-EEA) national partners and parents of persons who are British nationals, settled in the United Kingdom, granted refugee status, granted humanitarian protection, or members of Her Majesty’s Forces under […]

‘Right to Work’ Checks by Employers Explanation & Investigation of Checks Required From Employers

Introduction The relevant provisions of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 set out the civil and criminal penalties for non-compliance of the Right to Work scheme by employers.   Right to Work Scheme In effect all employers who employ any employees over the age of 16 in any part of the United Kingdom (i.e. England, […]

Upcoming Changes to the UK Immigration Rules. Some detail on the Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules HC 1078.

The Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules HC 1078 comes into force on 6th April 2017. Some of the key changes include: (1)           If a Tier 2 application is made for example under the SOC codes 1181, 1184, 2219, 2231 etc. a Criminal Record Certificate for the past 10 […]

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