London, February 28th 2015

Postagens para ‘imigration news

Our client Teh Lee Wah (Effie) celebrated this morning the arrival of her Further Leave to Remain Visa. She is originally from Malaysia and arrived in the UK as a visitor in June 2013 with her children. Since November 2012, LondonHelp4U assists Asian clients on immigration matters and student recruitment services. Vanessa Hu is our […]

Since 28 October 2013, the candidates applying for for extension of stay in the United Kingdom, indefinite leave to remain in the country, or British citizenship no longer need to provide an original passport from the British or settled person supporting their application. The changes affecting  these applications were confirmed by the Home Office this […]

Words by Veridiana Ribeiro Translation by Cristiane Carard From now on, the UK’s pioneering Brazilian agency in immigration services, LondonHelp4U, offers complete assistance for candidates who want to apply for an Italian passport. Thanks to a partnership between LondonHelp4U and an Italian law firm which has offices in Brazil and Italy, our clients can count […]

From the 29th October 2013, all the candidates applying for the British and for the Permanent Resident Visa the United Kingdom must passed on two different tests: the “Life in the UK” and an B1 English test. The certificates of both test will be mandatory for these candidates. LondonHelp4U offers the B1 test and also […]

The British government plans to rise from £ 10 000 to £ 20 000 pounds the fine imposed on companies that hire illegal immigrants as their workforce. The value would be charged for each illegal worker hired, according to what is already happening nowadays. The announcement was made last July 9th by the Immigration Minister, […]

If you intend to apply for a permanent Visa to live in the UK or wish to apply for a British passport, but has not yet made the course Esol with Citizenship, it is best to hurry up. LondonHelp4U offers new classes days 2, 3 and 4 September. The certificate Esol with Citizenship has the […]

From now on, partners of European nationals (including same-sex partnerships) who are applying for dependent Visa to live in the United Kingdom and work legally in the country will have to pay a fee of £ 55 to the British Government . The new rule came into effect today (July 1 2013) and also affects […]

From now on, if you apply for a Tier 4 student visa in Colombia, Mexico or Venezuela you may have to sit a short interview when you attend the Embassy to submit your application and biometric information. The interview will focus on your reasons for coming to the UK. This is known as a credibility […]

Considering that the world is becoming more globalized every day and differences of culture and languages are no longer important barriers between people, it is not hard to find couples from different nationalities willing to start a new life together.  If that is your case, your partner is British and you are planning to move […]

Words by Veridiana Ribeiro  Widowers of Europeans living in the UK and holders of a spouse Visa can stay in the country even after the death of the partner. The rule applies to those who were married (or was a partner) of an European who was living in the country during the 12 months preceding […]