how-to-do-a-financial-business-plan
03
Oct

How to Do a Financial Business Plan

by B&F services Administrator | Category Business


At the previous news, I told you a sentence about a financial plan in the UK. In a foreign country financial plan is essential for you too.

But do you know how to do a financial plan?

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reducing-common-errors-in-applications
03
Oct

Reducing Common Errors in Applications

by B&F services Administrator | Category Immigration


At the back of application form is a list to help you check that you have provided the right specified document. Any document other than those specified in the Immigration Rules and the Policy guidance will not be accepted.

If you are switching into the Entrepreneur route from Post Study Work route, you must provide evidence such as contracts to show you are already operating a business.
You should provide documentation with your completed application form which shows that your business is based in the UK and has a UK bank account.
You should show that you can communicate in English across all four areas(reading ,writing, speaking and listening).
 

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tier-1-at-a-glance
03
Oct

Tier 1 At a Glance

by B&F services Administrator | Category TIER 1 ENTREPRENEUR VISA


UK immigration rule makers aim is to improve Britain economy by attracting the right skills there. New point based system introduced to ensure that only those with the right skills will be able to go to the UK to work and study.
Migrants must show competence in English language and the ability to support themselves and their dependents’. Employers and sponsors play a crucial part in making sure that the system is not abused. Employers and institution must sponsor migrants to the UK and meet a number of sponsorship duties.
For tier1 application you will need:
  • To obtain minimum of 95 points in scoring areas to be accepted points for age under32
  • Education qualification
  • UK degree level or professional level qualification
  • Previous earnings
  • The UK work experience
  • English language ability
  • Maintenance funds

 

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sequences-of-applying-for-uk-visa
03
Oct

Sequences of applying For UK Visa

by B&F services Administrator | Category Immigration


The process of applying for UK visa will depend on your home country, which visa you are trying to get, and the country in which you are currently living.

Depending on your reason for going to the UK there are varieties of different visas that you can apply for. The first step is to get information about different types of visas, how to file the application and supporting documents you may need. Once you know which visa is right for you, you should complete an application form. You can do this online or visit visa application center.
 
Next step is submitting your biometric information.
For submitting your biometric information you should visit your local visa application center. Arrive at your biometric appointment on time, prepared and dressed appropriately. Post a copy of your visa application, your passport and any required document to your country’s British consulate to be considered for a UK visa.
 

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uk-visa
03
Oct

UK Visa

by B&F services Administrator | Category Immigration


The UK is a great destination for people wanting to live and work in a new country.

The UK is one of the best places for immigration because it has the potential for employment, better service provision, and safe atmosphere, low crime rate, more attractive quality of life, great wealth or affluence and etc…
The number of migrants a country receives is influenced by the countries migration policy.
Countries such as the UK operates a point based system. People are awarded points based on their skills, previous income, and age.
The tier1 visa as its name “high –value migrants “show is suitable for entry of entrepreneurs, investors and those people who come under the “exceptional talent visa.
The tier2 visa which called “skilled workers” is for workers from outside the European Economic Area with a job offer in the UK.
This type of visa includes skilled workers who transferred to the UK by an international company, skilled workers where there is a proven shortage in the UK, ministers, and sports people.
 The tier 3 visa is appropriate for low-skilled workers to fill specific temporary labor shortages. 
The tier 4 visa is for coming or staying in the UK as a student. This visa has 2 subcategories including adult students and child student.
 The tier5 visa is for temporary workers. It is called youth mobility and temporary workers and it has some subcategories.
 

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tier-2-visa
03
Oct

Tier 2 Visa

by B&F services Administrator | Category Immigration


 

The UK is a great place for living, working and education because of its good atmosphere and good geographical and political situation.  Working in the UK after you graduate is a great chance to gain experience in an international environment. Tier 2 visa is suitable for graduates with a Bachelor or Master’s degree, Ph.D., PGCE or PGDE from the UK recognized or listed body. If you have an offer of a skilled job from an employer that is a UKBA licensed sponsor, you can apply for a tier 2 without first having to leave the UK. There is no limit to the number of students who can gain a tier 2 visa. You can stay in the UK for 3 years, with the possibility to extend.

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point-based-system
03
Oct

Point Based System

by B&F services Administrator | Category Immigration


 

The point-based immigration system provides an opportunity for people from outside the European Economic Area seeking to gain valuable international work experience in the UK. And also enable UK employers to transfer skilled personnel to the UK. A valid job offer from an employer in the UK is a requirement for a work permit. A work permit holder can apply for their dependent’s to join them in the UK and their dependents will be able to work without restriction.

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reasons-of-immigration
03
Oct

Reasons of Immigration

by B&F services Administrator | Category Immigration


Some of the most common reasons for immigration are employment, education, having a better life and trying to earn more money than in their home countries. Immigration from one country to another will often e a very difficult and stressful process and can include a lot of changes both in lifestyle and in the work that they do. One of the main reasons for immigration is poverty, especially those looking to move from poor third world countries into the developed world. Leaving home even for one that is very poor and has a poor quality of life will always be a big decision. Another reason for immigration would be an economic reason, especially in industries where some countries can be much more advanced and highly paid than others. This will often be a more welcome form of immigration , especially when these people already have work in place before they move.

 

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good-news-for-indian
29
Sep

Good News For Indian

by B&F services Administrator | Category Investment


 British deputy high commissioner, San Jay Wadvani , announced that Con-Dem government has ordered the “ streamlining” of UK visa processing for the nearly half a million yearly visa  processing for the nearly half a million yearly visa applications.

Mr. Wadvani told, “we simplified our visa process and most of the rejections are due to incomplete application forms which we receive.” Mr. Wadvani explained that new coalition government is keen to enhance relationships with the idea and expressed the hope that bringing down the UK visa application time will help this. 

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