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UK Start-up visa to be a reality – The SmartMove2UK

The SmartMove2UK member of ILPA and award winner for 2016.The SmartMove2UK is one of the Top Immigration Law Firm based in India – Mumbai | Delhi | Bangalore | Chandigarh. We assist our clients for UK Visa and help them for applying UK Visa. The government will be launching a UK startup visa for migrant entrepreneurs in the year 2019, according to ILPA member immigration law firm, The SmartMove2UK". For more updates contact at +91 9819127002.

UK Start-up visa to be a reality – The SmartMove2UK



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  • 15 Sep 2018
    The SmartMove2UK, a WWL recognized Corporate Immigration firm with UK Visa appeal consultants in Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, and Bangalore. UK Visa appeal - Do you have the best chance of success? Hemang Lahheru - Senior Partner in The SmartMoveUK decodes recent statistics released by UK govt office. To know more about UK Visa appeal process and begin your UK immigration process, Call WhatsApp or us on +91 9819 127 002.
    97 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • The SmartMove2UK, a WWL recognized Corporate Immigration firm with UK Visa appeal consultants in Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, and Bangalore. UK Visa appeal - Do you have the best chance of success? Hemang Lahheru - Senior Partner in The SmartMoveUK decodes recent statistics released by UK govt office. To know more about UK Visa appeal process and begin your UK immigration process, Call WhatsApp or us on +91 9819 127 002.
    Sep 15, 2018 97
  • 05 Sep 2018
    The SmartMove2UK, a WWL recognized Corporate Immigration firm with UK entrepreneur visa consultants in Chandigarh, Your UK business is booming but a visa is expiring? Wondering how to extend your stay in the UK? The SmartMove2UK, an ILPA member law firm working with top class Tier 1 entrepreneur consultants in Chandigarh, shows to get UK visa extension. To know more about Tier 1 Entrepreneur  Visa process and begin your UK immigration process, Call WhatsApp or us on +91 9819 127 002.
    178 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • The SmartMove2UK, a WWL recognized Corporate Immigration firm with UK entrepreneur visa consultants in Chandigarh, Your UK business is booming but a visa is expiring? Wondering how to extend your stay in the UK? The SmartMove2UK, an ILPA member law firm working with top class Tier 1 entrepreneur consultants in Chandigarh, shows to get UK visa extension. To know more about Tier 1 Entrepreneur  Visa process and begin your UK immigration process, Call WhatsApp or us on +91 9819 127 002.
    Sep 05, 2018 178
  • 05 Sep 2018
    The SmartMove2UK, a WWL recognized Corporate Immigration firm with UK entrepreneur visa consultants in Delhi, introduce the first steps towards living as an entrepreneur in the UK. To know more about UK Entrepreneur Visa process and begin your UK immigration process, Call WhatsApp or us on +91 9819 127 002. More updates visit  Uk Entrepreneur Visa Consultants in Delhi Tier 1
    152 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • The SmartMove2UK, a WWL recognized Corporate Immigration firm with UK entrepreneur visa consultants in Delhi, introduce the first steps towards living as an entrepreneur in the UK. To know more about UK Entrepreneur Visa process and begin your UK immigration process, Call WhatsApp or us on +91 9819 127 002. More updates visit  Uk Entrepreneur Visa Consultants in Delhi Tier 1
    Sep 05, 2018 152
  • 27 Aug 2018
    According to UK Marriage Visa consultant in Chandigarh, applicants for UK spouse visa are required to provide evidence that they are reasonably well versed in the English Language. What does ‘reasonably well versed’ mean? It means that an applicant must meet English language requirement in either of the following ways: Education qualification: The applicant can submit their degree or academic qualification which is recognized by UK NARIC as being equivalent to a UK bachelor’s degree or higher. You have a degree or academic qualification that was taught or researched in English. English Language test The applicant is required to pass the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with at least a CEFR level A1 in speaking as well as listening and provide the pass certificate. What is Spouse Visa English language exemption? According to our esteemed UK Spouse Visa consultants in Chandigarh, every requirement for every Visa to the UK includes certain exceptions to the rule. These exceptions are also known as exemptions. Applicants are or not required to meet the English language requirement if they: Are over 65 years of age Have a physical or mental condition that prevents them from meeting the requirement. Are a national of a majority English speaking country. Are being taught from a UK university and have a degree confirming the same.
    144 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • According to UK Marriage Visa consultant in Chandigarh, applicants for UK spouse visa are required to provide evidence that they are reasonably well versed in the English Language. What does ‘reasonably well versed’ mean? It means that an applicant must meet English language requirement in either of the following ways: Education qualification: The applicant can submit their degree or academic qualification which is recognized by UK NARIC as being equivalent to a UK bachelor’s degree or higher. You have a degree or academic qualification that was taught or researched in English. English Language test The applicant is required to pass the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with at least a CEFR level A1 in speaking as well as listening and provide the pass certificate. What is Spouse Visa English language exemption? According to our esteemed UK Spouse Visa consultants in Chandigarh, every requirement for every Visa to the UK includes certain exceptions to the rule. These exceptions are also known as exemptions. Applicants are or not required to meet the English language requirement if they: Are over 65 years of age Have a physical or mental condition that prevents them from meeting the requirement. Are a national of a majority English speaking country. Are being taught from a UK university and have a degree confirming the same.
    Aug 27, 2018 144
  • 20 Aug 2018
    “Dilli wale, Dil wale”. That statement is one of the truest statements I have heard in my life. I love Delhi. However, no matter how big a heart you have, a time comes when you have to think about your family and do what’s right to provide the best of amenities to your children and the generations to come. Let’s face it. India has a population crisis. Talented Indians without the right resources to make it big in life have to start expanding their horizons and look into foreign lands. So why not now? And why not the UK? The UK Tier 2 Visa is one of the most effective routes that an Indian can use to live and work in the UK and start a journey towards a better life. There are several aspects to the UK Tier 2 Visa. For all the details, visit www.smartmove2UK.com. Today, we bring you 2 of the most frequently asked questions regarding the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS), which is arguably the most important aspect of getting yourself a Tier 2 Visa UK. What if you have a Certificate of Sponsorship but decide to not go ahead with your application plan? If this is the scenario, then you should contact your sponsor, who will then have to nullify the Certificate of Sponsorship. However, the matter shouldn’t be of any urgent concern as even if you fail to do anything, the certificate will expire after three months anyway. What if you have a Certificate of Sponsorship but decide to work in a different position in the UK than the one you have the CoS for? If you wish to take up a different job in the UK (rather than the employment that you got the CoS for), then the plan of action should be as follows Ensure that the new employer is in a financial position to immediately, hence giving you the chance to apply for a Tier 2 Visa UK. You must ask your current sponsor to nullify your current Certificate of Sponsorship, either in writing or by email. It is not permissible to apply for a new Certificate of Sponsorship while the original one still remains valid. Your current sponsor must then cancel your existing Certificate within 5 days of receiving your request for cancellation. If the sponsor does not do this within 5 days, then you must send a reminder, after which they will have another 5 days to cancel. If your sponsor does not cancel your Certificate despite the reminders, you can ask the Sponsor Licensing Unit (SLU) of the UK Visas and Immigration to cancel the CoS it instead. Once the original Certificate is no longer valid, you are free to apply for a new CoS from your preferred employer/sponsor. Conduct a Google search on “UK Tier 2 Visa consultants near me in Delhi” and you will be led straight to The SmartMove2UK. The SmartMove2UK has been in the UK immigration business for more than 10 years and was awarded the prestigious IAE Corporate Immigration Law Award in the year 2016. We have helped thousands of people live and work in the UK from India as well as other countries.
    185 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • “Dilli wale, Dil wale”. That statement is one of the truest statements I have heard in my life. I love Delhi. However, no matter how big a heart you have, a time comes when you have to think about your family and do what’s right to provide the best of amenities to your children and the generations to come. Let’s face it. India has a population crisis. Talented Indians without the right resources to make it big in life have to start expanding their horizons and look into foreign lands. So why not now? And why not the UK? The UK Tier 2 Visa is one of the most effective routes that an Indian can use to live and work in the UK and start a journey towards a better life. There are several aspects to the UK Tier 2 Visa. For all the details, visit www.smartmove2UK.com. Today, we bring you 2 of the most frequently asked questions regarding the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS), which is arguably the most important aspect of getting yourself a Tier 2 Visa UK. What if you have a Certificate of Sponsorship but decide to not go ahead with your application plan? If this is the scenario, then you should contact your sponsor, who will then have to nullify the Certificate of Sponsorship. However, the matter shouldn’t be of any urgent concern as even if you fail to do anything, the certificate will expire after three months anyway. What if you have a Certificate of Sponsorship but decide to work in a different position in the UK than the one you have the CoS for? If you wish to take up a different job in the UK (rather than the employment that you got the CoS for), then the plan of action should be as follows Ensure that the new employer is in a financial position to immediately, hence giving you the chance to apply for a Tier 2 Visa UK. You must ask your current sponsor to nullify your current Certificate of Sponsorship, either in writing or by email. It is not permissible to apply for a new Certificate of Sponsorship while the original one still remains valid. Your current sponsor must then cancel your existing Certificate within 5 days of receiving your request for cancellation. If the sponsor does not do this within 5 days, then you must send a reminder, after which they will have another 5 days to cancel. If your sponsor does not cancel your Certificate despite the reminders, you can ask the Sponsor Licensing Unit (SLU) of the UK Visas and Immigration to cancel the CoS it instead. Once the original Certificate is no longer valid, you are free to apply for a new CoS from your preferred employer/sponsor. Conduct a Google search on “UK Tier 2 Visa consultants near me in Delhi” and you will be led straight to The SmartMove2UK. The SmartMove2UK has been in the UK immigration business for more than 10 years and was awarded the prestigious IAE Corporate Immigration Law Award in the year 2016. We have helped thousands of people live and work in the UK from India as well as other countries.
    Aug 20, 2018 185
  • 03 Jul 2018
    One of the most overlooked aspects of studying in the UK is the UK student visa application. Imagine you have done all the hard work required to get admitted to a top university in the UK. Your family in Chandigarh is proud and you are ready to fly into the sky with your new career and new life. And finally, when you are dreaming about your new life, you get the news that your UK student visa application has been rejected… That sounds like a nightmare, right? And indeed, many Indian students have faced such nightmares in their lives. In our line of work as UK student visa consultants in Chandigarh, it’s heartbreaking to see students come to us after their application has been rejected. Our thought is always the same: why did they not come to us BEFORE applying? UK Student Visa application If you have been accepted into a university in the UK, and are about to apply for a UK student visa, please consider taking professional help to guide you through your application. In order to be eligible to study in the UK, you must first apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa online. For this application to be successful, you must provide the required list of documents necessary for being eligible for the Tier 4 Visa. The list of these documents and other requirements can be found by consulting a professional UK immigration consultant. You would then be required to visit the visa application centre, from where you will get your biometric information (fingerprints and photograph) taken. You have to collect your biometric residence permit ten days prior to the date that you said you would arrive in the UK in your application form. As a holder of the student visa, you are eligible to extend the duration of your visa under certain circumstances. These circumstances range from an unforeseen increase in the time you require to complete your course in the UK, to you choosing to extend your course of study to a degree of a higher level (Masters, Ph.D., etc) There are certain UK visa categories that also allow for the applicant to switch into the UK Tier 4 Student Visa. Once again, this depends on the circumstances of the specific application in question. As you can see, the permutations and combinations to understand in applying for a UK student visa are many. It’s no surprise then that the UK student visa application is the stage at which countless aspiring UK students from Chandigarh have their dreams shattered, albeit temporarily. Our UK student Visa consultants in Chandigarh are well versed in all matters dealing with UK student visa application process, including a possible appeal. Therefore, if you are one of the students whose visa application has been rejected, all hope is not lost. Contact our immigration solicitors to hold your hand through every stage of the UK student visa application process, including an appeal if required. Here at The SmartMove2UK, we believe in getting things right the first time itself. Book an initial consultation with our team of UK immigration experts to make sure that you don’t miss out on anything in your UK student visa application. Think UK student Visas, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    193 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • One of the most overlooked aspects of studying in the UK is the UK student visa application. Imagine you have done all the hard work required to get admitted to a top university in the UK. Your family in Chandigarh is proud and you are ready to fly into the sky with your new career and new life. And finally, when you are dreaming about your new life, you get the news that your UK student visa application has been rejected… That sounds like a nightmare, right? And indeed, many Indian students have faced such nightmares in their lives. In our line of work as UK student visa consultants in Chandigarh, it’s heartbreaking to see students come to us after their application has been rejected. Our thought is always the same: why did they not come to us BEFORE applying? UK Student Visa application If you have been accepted into a university in the UK, and are about to apply for a UK student visa, please consider taking professional help to guide you through your application. In order to be eligible to study in the UK, you must first apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa online. For this application to be successful, you must provide the required list of documents necessary for being eligible for the Tier 4 Visa. The list of these documents and other requirements can be found by consulting a professional UK immigration consultant. You would then be required to visit the visa application centre, from where you will get your biometric information (fingerprints and photograph) taken. You have to collect your biometric residence permit ten days prior to the date that you said you would arrive in the UK in your application form. As a holder of the student visa, you are eligible to extend the duration of your visa under certain circumstances. These circumstances range from an unforeseen increase in the time you require to complete your course in the UK, to you choosing to extend your course of study to a degree of a higher level (Masters, Ph.D., etc) There are certain UK visa categories that also allow for the applicant to switch into the UK Tier 4 Student Visa. Once again, this depends on the circumstances of the specific application in question. As you can see, the permutations and combinations to understand in applying for a UK student visa are many. It’s no surprise then that the UK student visa application is the stage at which countless aspiring UK students from Chandigarh have their dreams shattered, albeit temporarily. Our UK student Visa consultants in Chandigarh are well versed in all matters dealing with UK student visa application process, including a possible appeal. Therefore, if you are one of the students whose visa application has been rejected, all hope is not lost. Contact our immigration solicitors to hold your hand through every stage of the UK student visa application process, including an appeal if required. Here at The SmartMove2UK, we believe in getting things right the first time itself. Book an initial consultation with our team of UK immigration experts to make sure that you don’t miss out on anything in your UK student visa application. Think UK student Visas, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    Jul 03, 2018 193
  • 29 Jun 2018
    So there has been an outrage in the last few days about the UK Government excluding Indian students from a list of countries offered easier UK Tier 4 Student visa norms. But is all this brouhaha worth the effort? Let’s figure it out by looking at a different view towards the UK student Visa for Indians issue. The British government has mentioned “overstayers” while defending its stance on the move of excluding Indian students from the list of countries whose students will have more relaxed norms now if they aspire to study in the UK on a Tier 4 Student Visa. With the population size that India boasts of, it’s no surprise that countless Indian students choose to stay back in the UK after finishing their education from a British University, most likely to avoid the harsh life of uncertainty the Indian Job market. This makes perfect sense both ways. Indian students wanting to stay back in the UK are justified on humanitarian grounds while the British government not relaxing visa norms for Indian students is justified on nationalistic grounds. And such is the way of life; where there is no easy answer to anything. It’s easy for us to blame the UK government, just as it is easy for the UK government to blame Indian students. There is a way out of this tangle of blames, however, if you only pay attention. We must pay attention to the fact that while the Tier 4 norms have been relaxed for some other countries, the norms for Indian students has not been made harsher in any way. The rules are still the same as they have always been. There is still an 86% likelihood that an Indian student applying for a UK student visa will have his/her visa granted, which means that there is no dire need for relaxed UK student visa rules for Indians. So why should the Indian population be concerned that Chinese students applying for a UK student visa have more relaxed laws compared to Indian students? That matter is between the UK and China, or the UK and all the other countries included in the list of countries for relaxed Visa laws. Maybe we could bring this concern up again if the student visa acceptance rates for Indian students start dropping from the stellar 86% that exists today. But as of now, complaining about not being included in the list of countries offered easier UK student visa norms, is a bit like complaining about not being invited to your colleague’s birthday party: irrelevant, and a little pathetic. If your application holds genuine merit, which would be the case if you are genuinely looking to gain a quality education in the UK and hold no malicious plans, then you shouldn’t be facing any trouble in getting a student visa to the UK. Of course, the applicants must ensure that their applications are complete with all the requirements given the nature of their case scenario. Our immigration attorneys at The SmartMove2UK do not foresee any dip in our success rates under the UK Student Visa for Indians in light of Indian students being excluded from the list of countries offered easier UK student visa norms. We are confident that if you approach your UK education goals with the right attitude and guidance, the chances of your Tier 4 student visa being rejected would be minimal. If you want to ensure that your application is crafted with the highest merit, leaving nothing out, we recommend booking an appointment for an initial consultation with our immigration attorneys, who have extensive experience in all matters of UK immigration visas and laws. We have handled numerous cases dealing with UK student Visas for Indians. Think UK Student Visas, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    183 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • So there has been an outrage in the last few days about the UK Government excluding Indian students from a list of countries offered easier UK Tier 4 Student visa norms. But is all this brouhaha worth the effort? Let’s figure it out by looking at a different view towards the UK student Visa for Indians issue. The British government has mentioned “overstayers” while defending its stance on the move of excluding Indian students from the list of countries whose students will have more relaxed norms now if they aspire to study in the UK on a Tier 4 Student Visa. With the population size that India boasts of, it’s no surprise that countless Indian students choose to stay back in the UK after finishing their education from a British University, most likely to avoid the harsh life of uncertainty the Indian Job market. This makes perfect sense both ways. Indian students wanting to stay back in the UK are justified on humanitarian grounds while the British government not relaxing visa norms for Indian students is justified on nationalistic grounds. And such is the way of life; where there is no easy answer to anything. It’s easy for us to blame the UK government, just as it is easy for the UK government to blame Indian students. There is a way out of this tangle of blames, however, if you only pay attention. We must pay attention to the fact that while the Tier 4 norms have been relaxed for some other countries, the norms for Indian students has not been made harsher in any way. The rules are still the same as they have always been. There is still an 86% likelihood that an Indian student applying for a UK student visa will have his/her visa granted, which means that there is no dire need for relaxed UK student visa rules for Indians. So why should the Indian population be concerned that Chinese students applying for a UK student visa have more relaxed laws compared to Indian students? That matter is between the UK and China, or the UK and all the other countries included in the list of countries for relaxed Visa laws. Maybe we could bring this concern up again if the student visa acceptance rates for Indian students start dropping from the stellar 86% that exists today. But as of now, complaining about not being included in the list of countries offered easier UK student visa norms, is a bit like complaining about not being invited to your colleague’s birthday party: irrelevant, and a little pathetic. If your application holds genuine merit, which would be the case if you are genuinely looking to gain a quality education in the UK and hold no malicious plans, then you shouldn’t be facing any trouble in getting a student visa to the UK. Of course, the applicants must ensure that their applications are complete with all the requirements given the nature of their case scenario. Our immigration attorneys at The SmartMove2UK do not foresee any dip in our success rates under the UK Student Visa for Indians in light of Indian students being excluded from the list of countries offered easier UK student visa norms. We are confident that if you approach your UK education goals with the right attitude and guidance, the chances of your Tier 4 student visa being rejected would be minimal. If you want to ensure that your application is crafted with the highest merit, leaving nothing out, we recommend booking an appointment for an initial consultation with our immigration attorneys, who have extensive experience in all matters of UK immigration visas and laws. We have handled numerous cases dealing with UK student Visas for Indians. Think UK Student Visas, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    Jun 29, 2018 183
  • 27 Jun 2018
    Simple. Straightforward. Fast – words not normally associated with the Home Office or its processes. Yet in an announcement that is likely to gladden [or at least provide relief] to EU citizens and their non EU family members living in the UK, Home Secretary Sajid Javid has announced that a scheme will be launched by 30 March 2019 that will allow EU nationals to claim ‘settled status’ in the UK. This certainly comes as welcome news for EU nationals in UK post Brexit. Hemang Laaheru, Director [Immigration] at The Smartmove2UK opines, “Its great that the Home Office is promising simplicity in the process, for instance, the eligibility criteria includes applicants have to be EU citizens with continuous residence for a 5 year period and started living in the UK by 31 Dec 2020, non EU citizens will be required to prove that they are in a genuine relationship with the EU national, while EU nationals not living in the UK for 5 years could apply for ‘pre-settled status’ – however additional clarity is needed as to what will happen to cases where people who are not registered by June 2021 [for instance children, carers, senior citizens]. It would be challenging to see how the Home Office copes with the 3.2 million applications before the end date of the program – especially in light of the delays in processing EEA Family permit applications during 2017, wherein EU family members from around the world had faced delays of almost 6 – 9 months to have their applications processed. Whilst this is the welcome statement, it will be interesting to see if the Home Office can change the perception from unfriendly environment culture to a welcoming one.” Amidst widespread reform in the UK after the break from the EU, one can never be sure about the long-term benefits (or goals) of the Home Office. Are you, or someone you know, EU nationals in UK post Brexit? You and your family can at least sleep assured tonight knowing that there are reforms being made in order to provide a more welcoming UK EU environment. As for the true impact of this move by the Home Secretary, only time will tell the outcomes. For the latest updates on the effects of Brexit on EU, stay tuned with the SmartMove2UK. Think UK immigration, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    153 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • Simple. Straightforward. Fast – words not normally associated with the Home Office or its processes. Yet in an announcement that is likely to gladden [or at least provide relief] to EU citizens and their non EU family members living in the UK, Home Secretary Sajid Javid has announced that a scheme will be launched by 30 March 2019 that will allow EU nationals to claim ‘settled status’ in the UK. This certainly comes as welcome news for EU nationals in UK post Brexit. Hemang Laaheru, Director [Immigration] at The Smartmove2UK opines, “Its great that the Home Office is promising simplicity in the process, for instance, the eligibility criteria includes applicants have to be EU citizens with continuous residence for a 5 year period and started living in the UK by 31 Dec 2020, non EU citizens will be required to prove that they are in a genuine relationship with the EU national, while EU nationals not living in the UK for 5 years could apply for ‘pre-settled status’ – however additional clarity is needed as to what will happen to cases where people who are not registered by June 2021 [for instance children, carers, senior citizens]. It would be challenging to see how the Home Office copes with the 3.2 million applications before the end date of the program – especially in light of the delays in processing EEA Family permit applications during 2017, wherein EU family members from around the world had faced delays of almost 6 – 9 months to have their applications processed. Whilst this is the welcome statement, it will be interesting to see if the Home Office can change the perception from unfriendly environment culture to a welcoming one.” Amidst widespread reform in the UK after the break from the EU, one can never be sure about the long-term benefits (or goals) of the Home Office. Are you, or someone you know, EU nationals in UK post Brexit? You and your family can at least sleep assured tonight knowing that there are reforms being made in order to provide a more welcoming UK EU environment. As for the true impact of this move by the Home Secretary, only time will tell the outcomes. For the latest updates on the effects of Brexit on EU, stay tuned with the SmartMove2UK. Think UK immigration, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    Jun 27, 2018 153
  • 26 Jun 2018
    There have been seismic shifts taking place with the UK’s foreign policy and immigration law. The latest in a line of reforms is the announcement of a new system of application for settlement for EU nationals living in the country. The scheme will open for applications by March 2019 and the applicants will be granted a ‘settlement status’ after June 2021, also referred to as the UK EU settled status. The last date to apply for settlement in the UK under this scheme will be on the 20th of June, 2021. A “settlement status” will allow the status holder to live and work in the UK for as long as they please. This implies eligibility for the following public services: Healthcare and schools Public Funds and Pensions British Citizenship, if the requirements are met EU Settled Status Requirements In order to be eligible for a UK EU settled status, an applicant would be required to: Be an EU citizen or a non-EU family member of an EU citizen Have been living in the UK continuously for 5 years Have started living in the UK before the 31st of December, 2020 What will you need to prove the above-mentioned requirements? Your Identity Proof of Residence in the UK Fees for the UK EU Settled Status: 65 Pounds if you are over the age of 16 50 Pounds if you are under the age of 16 Post application: Should your application be accepted, you will be able to get a document proving your status through an online service. The document will not be a physical form if you already have a biometric residence card. What if your application is unsuccessful? Despite the reforms, there are possibilities for applications to get rejected due to various unforeseen circumstances. If your application is rejected, you can reapply before the 30th of June, 2021. You may appeal against the rejection on valid grounds. Here at The SmarMove2UK, we are a firm believer of getting things right the first time. Stay connected with our immigration experts at SmartMove2UK to keep up with the final, parliament authorized system of UK EU settled status. Whatever be the changes in the months to come, you can be assured that our immigration solicitors will be ready to assist with all the EU settled status requirements, in just the manner you require. Think UK Visas, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    163 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • There have been seismic shifts taking place with the UK’s foreign policy and immigration law. The latest in a line of reforms is the announcement of a new system of application for settlement for EU nationals living in the country. The scheme will open for applications by March 2019 and the applicants will be granted a ‘settlement status’ after June 2021, also referred to as the UK EU settled status. The last date to apply for settlement in the UK under this scheme will be on the 20th of June, 2021. A “settlement status” will allow the status holder to live and work in the UK for as long as they please. This implies eligibility for the following public services: Healthcare and schools Public Funds and Pensions British Citizenship, if the requirements are met EU Settled Status Requirements In order to be eligible for a UK EU settled status, an applicant would be required to: Be an EU citizen or a non-EU family member of an EU citizen Have been living in the UK continuously for 5 years Have started living in the UK before the 31st of December, 2020 What will you need to prove the above-mentioned requirements? Your Identity Proof of Residence in the UK Fees for the UK EU Settled Status: 65 Pounds if you are over the age of 16 50 Pounds if you are under the age of 16 Post application: Should your application be accepted, you will be able to get a document proving your status through an online service. The document will not be a physical form if you already have a biometric residence card. What if your application is unsuccessful? Despite the reforms, there are possibilities for applications to get rejected due to various unforeseen circumstances. If your application is rejected, you can reapply before the 30th of June, 2021. You may appeal against the rejection on valid grounds. Here at The SmarMove2UK, we are a firm believer of getting things right the first time. Stay connected with our immigration experts at SmartMove2UK to keep up with the final, parliament authorized system of UK EU settled status. Whatever be the changes in the months to come, you can be assured that our immigration solicitors will be ready to assist with all the EU settled status requirements, in just the manner you require. Think UK Visas, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    Jun 26, 2018 163
  • 25 Jun 2018
    The SmartMove2UK member of ILPA and award winner for 2016.The SmartMove2UK is one of the Top Immigration Law Firm based in India – Mumbai | Delhi | Bangalore | Chandigarh. Our Solicitor Mrs. Falguni Y Parekh has helped numerous MSME’s in India expand business in the UK, as showcased in these press coverage. Want to know more about Expand Business in the UK then you can contact at +91 9811 868 820 or Email at info@smartmove2uk.com
    148 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • The SmartMove2UK member of ILPA and award winner for 2016.The SmartMove2UK is one of the Top Immigration Law Firm based in India – Mumbai | Delhi | Bangalore | Chandigarh. Our Solicitor Mrs. Falguni Y Parekh has helped numerous MSME’s in India expand business in the UK, as showcased in these press coverage. Want to know more about Expand Business in the UK then you can contact at +91 9811 868 820 or Email at info@smartmove2uk.com
    Jun 25, 2018 148

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  • 21 Jun 2018
    The usual client profile for sole representative visa consultants in Delhi is a businessman looking to test the market conditions in the United Kingdom before deciding to make the plunge with a business expansion move. However, the sole representative visa does cater to another kind of purpose too. We are talking about journalists working for media houses requiring staying in the UK for extended periods of time for a particular assignment (like in order to cover the Olympics, etc). Representatives of overseas newspapers, news agencies, and other broadcasting organizations are entitled to stay in the UK for an extended time period under a sole representative (sole rep) visa. A Sole rep visa can be used by more than one representative of an overseas media company to be present in the UK at the same time. What if your journalism assignment is taking longer than planned? If your journalism assignment is taking longer than you or your media company intended, does that mean you have to leave your assignment incomplete and return home? No, say our sole representative visa consultants in Delhi. In case of special scenarios, a particular event of journalistic interest can go on longer than intended. For example, if a journalist is in the UK on a sole rep visa in order to cover a new political movement, there is a chance that he finds out he must stay longer in order to cover a significant event. In such scenarios, the same extension procedures apply to journalists on a sole representative visa as any other holder of the sole rep via. If you are already in the UK as either a representative of an overseas business or an employee of an overseas newspaper, news agency or broadcasting organization, you would be eligible to apply for an extension of your visa. You would need to provide evidence that: you are still working for the same employer you’re still working to establish the company’s first presence in the UK your employer’s principal place of business is still outside the UK Any dependents who have joined you in the UK can also apply with you at the same time for an extension. At The SmartMove2UK, our sole representative visa consultants in Delhi have helped countless sole representatives of overseas business as well as representatives of an overseas newspaper, news agency or broadcasting organization with their Sole representative visas. You can contact us if you are seeking legal help from professional UK visa consultants in relation to the application/extension of your UK sole representative visa.   For more updates visit  Click Here
    234 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • 03 Jul 2018
    One of the most overlooked aspects of studying in the UK is the UK student visa application. Imagine you have done all the hard work required to get admitted to a top university in the UK. Your family in Chandigarh is proud and you are ready to fly into the sky with your new career and new life. And finally, when you are dreaming about your new life, you get the news that your UK student visa application has been rejected… That sounds like a nightmare, right? And indeed, many Indian students have faced such nightmares in their lives. In our line of work as UK student visa consultants in Chandigarh, it’s heartbreaking to see students come to us after their application has been rejected. Our thought is always the same: why did they not come to us BEFORE applying? UK Student Visa application If you have been accepted into a university in the UK, and are about to apply for a UK student visa, please consider taking professional help to guide you through your application. In order to be eligible to study in the UK, you must first apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa online. For this application to be successful, you must provide the required list of documents necessary for being eligible for the Tier 4 Visa. The list of these documents and other requirements can be found by consulting a professional UK immigration consultant. You would then be required to visit the visa application centre, from where you will get your biometric information (fingerprints and photograph) taken. You have to collect your biometric residence permit ten days prior to the date that you said you would arrive in the UK in your application form. As a holder of the student visa, you are eligible to extend the duration of your visa under certain circumstances. These circumstances range from an unforeseen increase in the time you require to complete your course in the UK, to you choosing to extend your course of study to a degree of a higher level (Masters, Ph.D., etc) There are certain UK visa categories that also allow for the applicant to switch into the UK Tier 4 Student Visa. Once again, this depends on the circumstances of the specific application in question. As you can see, the permutations and combinations to understand in applying for a UK student visa are many. It’s no surprise then that the UK student visa application is the stage at which countless aspiring UK students from Chandigarh have their dreams shattered, albeit temporarily. Our UK student Visa consultants in Chandigarh are well versed in all matters dealing with UK student visa application process, including a possible appeal. Therefore, if you are one of the students whose visa application has been rejected, all hope is not lost. Contact our immigration solicitors to hold your hand through every stage of the UK student visa application process, including an appeal if required. Here at The SmartMove2UK, we believe in getting things right the first time itself. Book an initial consultation with our team of UK immigration experts to make sure that you don’t miss out on anything in your UK student visa application. Think UK student Visas, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    193 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • 20 Aug 2018
    “Dilli wale, Dil wale”. That statement is one of the truest statements I have heard in my life. I love Delhi. However, no matter how big a heart you have, a time comes when you have to think about your family and do what’s right to provide the best of amenities to your children and the generations to come. Let’s face it. India has a population crisis. Talented Indians without the right resources to make it big in life have to start expanding their horizons and look into foreign lands. So why not now? And why not the UK? The UK Tier 2 Visa is one of the most effective routes that an Indian can use to live and work in the UK and start a journey towards a better life. There are several aspects to the UK Tier 2 Visa. For all the details, visit www.smartmove2UK.com. Today, we bring you 2 of the most frequently asked questions regarding the Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS), which is arguably the most important aspect of getting yourself a Tier 2 Visa UK. What if you have a Certificate of Sponsorship but decide to not go ahead with your application plan? If this is the scenario, then you should contact your sponsor, who will then have to nullify the Certificate of Sponsorship. However, the matter shouldn’t be of any urgent concern as even if you fail to do anything, the certificate will expire after three months anyway. What if you have a Certificate of Sponsorship but decide to work in a different position in the UK than the one you have the CoS for? If you wish to take up a different job in the UK (rather than the employment that you got the CoS for), then the plan of action should be as follows Ensure that the new employer is in a financial position to immediately, hence giving you the chance to apply for a Tier 2 Visa UK. You must ask your current sponsor to nullify your current Certificate of Sponsorship, either in writing or by email. It is not permissible to apply for a new Certificate of Sponsorship while the original one still remains valid. Your current sponsor must then cancel your existing Certificate within 5 days of receiving your request for cancellation. If the sponsor does not do this within 5 days, then you must send a reminder, after which they will have another 5 days to cancel. If your sponsor does not cancel your Certificate despite the reminders, you can ask the Sponsor Licensing Unit (SLU) of the UK Visas and Immigration to cancel the CoS it instead. Once the original Certificate is no longer valid, you are free to apply for a new CoS from your preferred employer/sponsor. Conduct a Google search on “UK Tier 2 Visa consultants near me in Delhi” and you will be led straight to The SmartMove2UK. The SmartMove2UK has been in the UK immigration business for more than 10 years and was awarded the prestigious IAE Corporate Immigration Law Award in the year 2016. We have helped thousands of people live and work in the UK from India as well as other countries.
    185 Posted by Jagdish Gupta
  • 29 Jun 2018
    So there has been an outrage in the last few days about the UK Government excluding Indian students from a list of countries offered easier UK Tier 4 Student visa norms. But is all this brouhaha worth the effort? Let’s figure it out by looking at a different view towards the UK student Visa for Indians issue. The British government has mentioned “overstayers” while defending its stance on the move of excluding Indian students from the list of countries whose students will have more relaxed norms now if they aspire to study in the UK on a Tier 4 Student Visa. With the population size that India boasts of, it’s no surprise that countless Indian students choose to stay back in the UK after finishing their education from a British University, most likely to avoid the harsh life of uncertainty the Indian Job market. This makes perfect sense both ways. Indian students wanting to stay back in the UK are justified on humanitarian grounds while the British government not relaxing visa norms for Indian students is justified on nationalistic grounds. And such is the way of life; where there is no easy answer to anything. It’s easy for us to blame the UK government, just as it is easy for the UK government to blame Indian students. There is a way out of this tangle of blames, however, if you only pay attention. We must pay attention to the fact that while the Tier 4 norms have been relaxed for some other countries, the norms for Indian students has not been made harsher in any way. The rules are still the same as they have always been. There is still an 86% likelihood that an Indian student applying for a UK student visa will have his/her visa granted, which means that there is no dire need for relaxed UK student visa rules for Indians. So why should the Indian population be concerned that Chinese students applying for a UK student visa have more relaxed laws compared to Indian students? That matter is between the UK and China, or the UK and all the other countries included in the list of countries for relaxed Visa laws. Maybe we could bring this concern up again if the student visa acceptance rates for Indian students start dropping from the stellar 86% that exists today. But as of now, complaining about not being included in the list of countries offered easier UK student visa norms, is a bit like complaining about not being invited to your colleague’s birthday party: irrelevant, and a little pathetic. If your application holds genuine merit, which would be the case if you are genuinely looking to gain a quality education in the UK and hold no malicious plans, then you shouldn’t be facing any trouble in getting a student visa to the UK. Of course, the applicants must ensure that their applications are complete with all the requirements given the nature of their case scenario. Our immigration attorneys at The SmartMove2UK do not foresee any dip in our success rates under the UK Student Visa for Indians in light of Indian students being excluded from the list of countries offered easier UK student visa norms. We are confident that if you approach your UK education goals with the right attitude and guidance, the chances of your Tier 4 student visa being rejected would be minimal. If you want to ensure that your application is crafted with the highest merit, leaving nothing out, we recommend booking an appointment for an initial consultation with our immigration attorneys, who have extensive experience in all matters of UK immigration visas and laws. We have handled numerous cases dealing with UK student Visas for Indians. Think UK Student Visas, Think The SmartMove2UK.
    183 Posted by Jagdish Gupta

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