UK Work Visa to Work In UK – Facts & Figures of Work UK Visas

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The UK is a  popular destination for people who wish to live and work in the UK. However, the immigration system of UK is complex. Starting 2008, we find most work-related visa applications and study visa applications, have been through a five-tier, points-based system that measures applicants against various criteria designed to assess their eligibility […]

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From authors to acrobats, welcoming global talent

The Tier 1 Exceptional Talent route was developed for those in the fields of science, humanities, engineering and the arts, and continues the UK’s long history of welcoming and nurturing global talent. The route ensures that industry and academia can bring in exceptional people from across the globe, and is more flexible than other options. […]

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Immigration is a ‘boon’ for the UK economy, not a ‘burden’

Immigrants pay tax and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development calculates that in the UK, they pay more into the pot than they take out – says think-tank One of the United Kingdom’s key economic advantages is its success at attracting skilled immigrants. In particular – the ability of London to generate the wealth […]

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Graduates taking elementary jobs

Thousands more took jobs that do not require a degree such as window cleaners, office juniors and road sweepers. Overall, nine per cent of all UK and EU full-time university leavers, or 20,415, were assumed unemployed after completing a first degree in 2011-12, according to figures yesterday from the Higher Education Statistics Agency. Women are […]

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£600m Ministry of Defence contract creates new jobs for Crawley site

Dozens of new jobs are to be created after a manufacturer snared a £600 million contract with the Ministry of Defence. The ten-year contract with manufacturer Thales will provide maintenance and repair for 17 different systems across the Royal Navy fleet, including Astute, Trafalgar and Vanguard submarines as well as Type 45 warships, Type 23 […]

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The Work Programme is failing single parents

As MPs publish a report on how well the Work Programme targets different users, Fiona Weir says single parents have been largely invisible within the system. On Tuesday the Work and Pensions select committee publishes its report on how well the Government’s flagship scheme to get people off benefits and back in jobs, the £5bn […]

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KPMG to create 150 jobs in Glasgow

Professional services firm KPMG has announced plans to create more than 150 jobs in Glasgow later this year. The company said the posts would be created at a new “tax centre of excellence”‘ in the city’s financial district from this summer. The centre will handle tax compliance work from the firm’s 22 offices across the […]

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