In today’s blog post we will examine to how various countries have responded to the recent tragic events in Paris. The images that have dominated the headlines for the last week have been truly shocking. Paris, Europe and the World have been shaken by the terrorist attacks that unfurled across the city on Friday. Whilst … Continue reading How to respond
In today’s blogpost we will be covering the latest policy changing suggestions from the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) in regards to the Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa. We will examine the potential impact that these changes may have should the come into force. The MAC this week published its long awaited report into the Tier 1 … Continue reading Will the latest MAC report lead to better business?
In today’s blog post we will examine the rise in Chinese tourists and business people visiting the United Kingdom and their economic impact on the country. Xi Jinping, the Chinese president, is currently on a state visit, the first to the U.K from a Chinese president since 2005, and the U.K and the British state … Continue reading UK urged to relax Chinese visa requirements
Refugee Charity Day In today’s blog spot we will update you on our recent charity day to help Syrian refugees across Europe. Last Monday saw all of the teams at Westkin Associates pitch in to help to put together bags to assist Syrian refugees across Europe. The production line, which numbered some 5 strong at points, … Continue reading Refugee Charity Day
In today’s blog post we will look at how the United Kingdom can and is benefiting from a strong Chinese economy and how this impacts on the number of visas and type of visas Chinese nationals seek. Currently Chancellor George Osborne is on a trade tour de force of China. His principal goal is to … Continue reading Full of Eastern Promise
In today’s blog post we will look at the United Kingdom and why migrants want to visit, work and live here. We have divided our reasons into three categories: migration for pleasure (Holidays!) economic migration and, finally, setting up a home. Whilst we have created three categories, for many the reasons may overlap. Let us … Continue reading What makes the UK attractive
In today’s blogpost we will be examining the drop in UK Investor visas during the last year. We will look into the reasons as to why the number of applications have fallen and what this may mean for the United Kingdom and its current immigration policies. For those who are unaware, the UK Investor visa … Continue reading A long term drop off
In today’s blog post we will be examining the language used to describe the people affected by the humanitarian crisis that is engulfing Europe and looking into the U.K Government’s decision to take in 20,000 refugees over the next five years. Immigrant, Migrant or Refugee? Juliet: “What’s in a name? That which we call a … Continue reading Whats in a name