UK Immigration Made Simple

UK Immigration Made Simple : Taking the Complexity Out of UK Immigration Rules

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"There are some people who have the marvellous ability to take complex matters and make them appear quite simple. Such people can see to the heart of the matter. Such people can discard what is detail and what is irrelevant.": Edward de Bono in How To Be More Interesting (1998). Do you get a headache looking at the UK Government Visas and Immigration website? Were you planning to pay a lot of money to a UK immigration adviser? Wait! This book makes UK immigration simple. It answers in simple English the typical questions foreigners have about UK immigration and student visas in particular. London is one of the most desirable places to work in the world. Britain as a whole came out in a survey as the world's second favourite place to work. London welcomes talented people from around the world with open arms. According to research by New World Wealth, there are more $ millionaires in London (376,600 - 2.8% of the population) than New York, Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong. One in every 35 residents has more than $1 million to their name and the numbers are growing. The 2014 figure 376,600 was an increase of 36,600 over the figure for 2013. There are 840,000 millionaires living in the UK. There are many great opportunities available in the UK (Britain) for the skilled foreigner. Don't be left behind. Britain is a land where the government has provided an environment where the rule of law exists, where property rights are protected, where human initiative and hard work are encouraged and rewarded, where the local people are tolerant and where people from any background can succeed in their career or run an honest business and prosper. The UK is a land of promise and opportunity and the UK needs you if you have good written and spoken English, are young, skilled, hard-working, ambitious and willing to learn and adapt. With an ageing population, shortage of taxpayers to meet future pension payments, shortage of skilled professionals in a range of areas from medicine, engineering, IT, computer science, maths and science, social services and accountancy, the UK needs you. If you have the qualities mentioned above and are ready to acquire UK qualifications, if required, then nothing can stop your career from taking off in the UK. In this book the author, Rajiv Immanuel, answers the most commonly asked questions regarding UK immigration. This book answers questions relating to immigration, student visas, UK ancestry visas, work permits, spousal visas, and most importantly, permanent settlement in the UK. The author, arrived in the UK from India in 1995 as an international student. Now he, a British citizen, is a writer of books preparing others for UK life. If you are a resident of a country outside the European Economic Area, are young, skilled and ambitious and are considering making the UK your home, then the first step for you is to find out how to settle down permanently in the UK. This book tells you of conventions followed by the UKVI in granting permanent settlement that are outside of the published rules. Such information could help you settle down in the UK. The author too settled down in the UK on the basis of one such convention. Find out in this book and profit.show more

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  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.79mm | 122.47g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507853238
  • 9781507853238

About Rajiv Immanuel

Dickens, Hardy, Hopkins, Chaucer, Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats, Shakespeare, Milton, Maugham, Emerson... you name it - we had it. Works by such authors lined our bookshelves at home in India. Our wealth was mostly in our heads. This was the type of home I was born into in 1965. Apart from being Christians, another way in which we were different from people around us was that we spoke English at home. In the India of those days that was unusual. After a degree in Economics in 1982, I added an MBA in 1985. I worked for a while as a Civil Servant in India. I soon got bored with pushing files. In 1995 I arrived at Reading University, UK, to study for a Postgraduate degree in Economics. The scholarship I came on is listed in my Complete Guide book. I learnt a lot about UK university life. As the years passed in the UK, we, my wife and I, found that our roots in the UK had become too strong to consider going back. Both our children were born here in the UK. We realised how much we loved this country and with the Home Office's co-operation decided to make the UK our home. Meanwhile, I had found my metier in life: to be a writer. Since then I have been a professional observer of life in the UK. While I have a great regard for this land, I am also aware that like any country there are problems here too. I am an INFP. It is one of 16 personality types derived from the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). Those who belong to this personality type get a great deal of satisfaction from helping others grow and develop. My life's mission is to write books that help other migrants after me understand this country, make the most of opportunities here, contribute to UK society, and avoid nasty surprises. In short: to prepare new migrants for UK life. In my books I have put my nearly two decades of living in this country at your service. I hope you find my books helpful and the information and practical advice useful. Best wishes for your UK life!"show more