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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Upcoming Powerful Cities of UK

London Olympics has given hope to many in UK. The post Olympics era is seeing a number of companies marking their debut or opening new branches in UK. Not only London, other cities have also been considered equally for investments by foreign and domestic firms. UK is on the verge of becoming the most powerful […]

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UK Visa Rules are set to change for Wealthier and Talented People

Damian Green, Immigration minister of UK is determined to bring wealth and talent to UK. New rules have been implemented for people with funds for investments and exceptionally talented people. Migrants with sufficient funds for opening new firms and giving employment to Britons will be welcomed. At the same time, immigration rules should be robust […]

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Damian Green Wants more Nobel Prize Winners from UK

British immigration minister, Damian Green wants a new visa scheme for talented people in the field of science, arts, music, theatre, science and engineering. Nobel Prize winners will get relaxation in visa application and can enter UK easily. Addition to this, UK also wants future Nobel Prize winners to be from their country. Damian Green […]

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British Manufacturing Firms Need More Employees

As per the latest findings by The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), manufacturing companies in UK lack workforce as they are not able to find eligible professionals. Shortage of skilled professionals is affecting the productivity of this sector. The small and mid size companies are affected the most. There is a dearth of […]

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Housing Makes UK Wealthier

As per latest reports by The Office for National Statistics (ONS) the total assets accumulated by households, businesses and the state is worth 6.8 trillion pounds. This comes to an average of 110,000 pounds for every person including children in the UK. Property made up the biggest wealth in UK. The valuation on wealth has […]

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