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It is being noted that most of innocent or well informed professionals presume that Hong Kong Immigration under QMAS is quite simple and as such there is no Immigration Fee. Let me clearly inform all of you that Hong Kong is a small but High-tech country and they are only looking for Quality (Highly Skilled) Migrants and for this, they have allocated monthly and quarterly quota of in-principle approvals. You may review 19th Selection Exercise (May 2011), available on HK Official Immigration website and on our website too, in which only 75 aspirants got approvals from all over the world. On the contrary, it seems very simple and easy to make 80 points and almost every individual can make 80 points but not every individual gets approval. The selection criteria mainly based on best of the best applications presented in a Superior way and prepared meticulously.
Since we are Pioneer and Introducer of Hong Kong Quality Migrant Admission Scheme, we have experience in handling and presenting Highly Skilled applications. We do not take up and represent Every Tom, Dick and Herry Cases, which makes us Superior and successful among other consultants. We have experienced that Hong Kong Immigration authority is quite stringent in their selection criteria and this is the main reason they are not willing to impose any fee because they are well aware that only Highly Skilled can get approval. Unlike UK HSMP, many unskilled or skilled people went on Highly Skilled program by making fabrication and false claims. Hong Kong Immigration authority refines people and obtains Quality applicants and scrutinizes them with their selection interviews.
Our Professional Team can help you by:
• Using our experience to lead you through the application process – we simplify the process and prepare the paper work for you.
• Gathering all the vital information about your application at the beginning - we know what questions to ask you to get the information needed for a successful application.
• Identifying problems or weaknesses in your application at the beginning - this saves time and money and frustration later.
• Developing the best strategy for your application - we build the strongest case based on your circumstances and needs.
• Directly dealing with Hong Kong Immigration Authority on your behalf.
• We respect your confidentiality and maintaining professional ethical standards
Monday, July 18, 2011
On the 25 July 2011 a number of changes to the Skilled Migrant Category will be coming into effect.
Qualification points will be 40 if Qualification level is below 7 and patner's points will also be decreased from 20 to 10 if Patner's Qualification is below Level 7.
Submit your application now if you want avoid qualification points changing.
Contact us for your pre-assessment of your chances of success.
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Sunday, July 17, 2011
Dyson feels that Immigration Minister Jonathan Coleman's stance on immigration is detrimental to the Kiwi economy.
"The Minister's response seems to be that we have an increasing number of unemployed, therefore we should reduce the number of people coming to New Zealand from overseas," Dyson said. "This is an extremely shallow and damaging analysis."
"This is too important for short term thinking. We need to retain and attract the skills that we need to build a strong New Zealand for the future," she added.
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Monday, July 11, 2011
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) HK$478,862
Architect (but not Landscape or Naval) HK$423,640
Information Technology (IT) Manager HK$510,518
Sr. Software Engineer / Developer / Programmer HK$348,741
General / Operations Manager HK$563,297
Design Architect HK$359,316
Business Development Manager HK$307,226
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1 July 2011 - Points Test for Certain Skilled Migration Visas
The points test is a mechanism used to help select skilled migrants who offer the best in terms of economic benefit to Australia. The points test creates a selection process that is transparent and objective, awarding points to the skills and attributes considered to be in need in Australia. The 1 July 2011 points test is designed to select the best and brightest skilled migrants who will make the optimum economic contribution to Australia. It does not give undue weight to any one factor and recognizes a broader range of skills and attributes, focusing on:
• better English levels
• more extensive skilled employment
• higher level qualifications obtained in Australia and overseas
• better targeted age ranges
Points will no longer be awarded for specific occupations, although all applicants must still nominate an occupation on the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) and have their skills assessed in their nominated occupation.
The pass mark is the total amount of points needed to be eligible for grant of a visa and will be set at 65 points. A table summarizing the points awarded can be found at the end of this fact sheet. The points test only applies to applicants for the following visas:
• Subclass 475 Skilled – Regional Sponsored • Subclass 487 Skilled Regional Sponsored
• Subclass 175 Skilled Independent
• Subclass 176 Skilled Sponsored
Information about eligibility requirements
To apply for one of the above visas, applicants need to satisfy the following threshold requirements:
• be under 50 years of age at the time of applying for a visa.
• meet the threshold English language requirement of competent English.
• nominate and hold a skilled assessment for an occupation on the Skilled Occupation List at the time of lodging their application.
• provide evidence of recent skilled employment in a skilled occupation or have recently completed the Australian Study requirement.
We at Superior Consulting (Pvt.) Ltd. would appreciate your interest in Australian Immigration and would be happy to assist you for Australian Immigration Under Skilled Worker Categories. We only believe in your success to be successful. Please do not hesitate to contact at our office by telephone, email, visit or submit Online Application. www.superior.com.pk/online.asp
Sunday, July 3, 2011
Since 1979, Australia has used a points test to determine which applicants can qualify for skilled migration. The first of these points test systems was called the ‘Numerical Multifactor Assessment System (NUMAS)’ (catchy name!). The original model accounted for factors such as family ties, occupational and language skills. The idea was that these factors would indicate if someone would settle well in Australia.
While the points test has changed throughout the years, the basic foundations are the same – a points test creates a fair and transparent mechanism for the selection of suitable permanent migrants. Because the requirements are made clear by the points test, aspiring migrants can work out if they achieve the pass mark before they apply. This transparency might be why more and more migrant-receiving countries have incorporated some form of points test in their selection processes.
A recent review of the system found that the current points test has been skewing permanent migration towards a small number of occupations, such as hairdressers and cooks, which partly led to an imbalance in the overall skilled migration program. Following the review, a new points test was developed. This new points test will commence on 1 July 2011 will apply to permanent skilled migration visas where the applicant does not have an employer sponsor.
Importantly, the changes to the points test make skilled migration to Australia more responsive to the needs of the economy. The new test does not give undue weight to any one factor and recognises a broader range of skills and attributes. The changes focus on:
•better English levels
•more extensive skilled work experience
•higher level qualifications obtained in Australia and overseas
•changes to age ranges.
Points are no longer awarded for occupations. All people must nominate for an occupation that is on the Skilled Occupation List. These occupations are carefully selected, based on the advice of Skills Australia, to help meet Australia’s medium to long term economic and labour market needs. For instance, in the resources sector there are long term supply issues relating to engineers. Therefore, different types of engineering occupations (19!) feature prominently on the Skilled Occupation List.
There can be confusion when points and occupation lists change because of misunderstanding about different visa streams. Therefore, it’s important to be aware that the new points test only affects one component of the skilled migration program – points tested skilled migration. These changes won’t apply to business skilled or employer sponsored skilled migration visa categories. These changes also have no impact to temporary skilled migration, such as the 457 visa.
The new points test is designed to select the skilled migrants who will make the optimum economic contribution to Australia.
Saturday, July 2, 2011
What does the right of abode mean?
The right of abode means that you are entirely free from Hong KongImmigration Control. In other words, you do not need to get permission from an Immigration Officer to enter the HK and you can live and work in the HK without restriction.
Who has the right of abode?
All Hong Kong citizens have the right of abode, along with certain other other countries
The right of abode in the HKSAR will allow you the right:
•To land in the HKSAR
•To be free from any condition of stay (including a limit of stay) in the HKSAR;
•Not to be deported from the HKSAR; and
•Not to be removed from the HKSAR.
Right to Land
If you lose your right of abode in the HKSAR you will automatically acquire the right to land in the HKSAR in accordance with the law, which will allow you the right:
•To land in the HKSAR
•To be free from any condition of stay (including a limit of stay) in the HKSAR; and
•Not to be removed from the HKSAR.
You will be able to enter the HKSAR freely to live, study and work without any restriction.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
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Saturday, June 25, 2011
From July 2012 to apply for an Australian skilled immigration visa you will firstly need to register an online Expression of Interest (EOI). You may then be invited to make an immigration application. This is similar in some respects to the New Zealand Expression of Interest immigration system which has been in existence for many years.
In the current Australian immigration system, as long as you meet the requirements, you can submit an immigration application right away. The Immigration Minister had the following to say:
"It is critical that Australia's skilled migration program is driven by Australia's skills needs, rather than the desires of prospective migrants."
"That's why the government will introduce a new model for selecting skilled migrants to better target Australia's future skill needs, expected to come into effect on 1 July 2012."
"The new system will be fair and equitable for people wishing to migrate to Australia, and will deliver strong outcomes for local employers who demonstrate they are unable to fill their skilled positions locally."
The following Australian immigration visa categories will be affected by the new Skilled Migrant Selection Model:
•Skilled – Independent (Migrant) subclass 175
•Skilled – Sponsored (Migrant) subclass 176
•Skilled – Independent (Residence) subclass 885
•Skilled – Sponsored (Residence) subclass 886
•Skilled – Regional Sponsored (Provisional) subclass 475
•Skilled – Regional Sponsored (Provisional) subclass 487
The new immigration system will be less convenient for prospective migrants to Australia. You will have to wait probably about six months to find out if you are allowed to make an immigration application. If you wish to come under the current immigration system it may be worth making an immigration application soon
Sunday, June 19, 2011
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Sunday, May 29, 2011
Engineering is a diverse field ranging from the seeing up of computer networks to the building of bridges. Below is a brief description of some individual engineering disciplines, other information will be grouped together for ease of use.
Civil engineers plan, design, supervise and organize the construction and maintenance of structures and facilities such as roads, railroads, airports, bridges, harbors and reclamation, pipelines, and water and sewage systems.
Computer engineers are in the vanguard of the information technology boom in Hong Kong. Given the government's support for information technology, computer engineers will continue to be in high demand. Computer engineers are employed throughout the government and in businesses as varied as banks, telecommunications companies, shopping malls and industrial plants.
Manufacturing & industrial engineers (MIE) maximize quality and productivity through the effective operation of production systems. This involves the design and management of manufacturing (of an end product – for example, a TV or car) and service systems (such as a cargo terminal or bus service).
Electrical engineers deal with electrical energy generation, transmission and conversion as well as associated equipment such as generator, transformer, switchgear, motor and switching control devices. The job nature of electrical engineers in the power industry include supply network planning, protection and control, overhead line and power cable construction, substation design and construction as well as the installation, testing, operation and maintenance of high-voltage equipment. Electrical engineers are also involved with the traction system, design and supply of all voltages equipment, lift and escalator system etc.
Mechanical engineers are in demand in various fields including vehicle engineering, computers, intelligent machine and robot design, and manufacturing. Mechanical engineers are also involved in acoustics, air-conditioning and refrigeration, automation, aircraft engineering, fluid transport systems, industrial and power plants, material conservation, cargo handling, nuclear engineering, waterworks and sewage treatment in terms of design, operation, maintenance, manufacturing and product design.
Electronics engineers are concerned with the transmission and manipulation of information via a lower power source. They are responsible for the groundwork of our modern and sophisticated telecommunication networks and the foundation of computer technology. The transport industry relies on electronics for its signaling systems and fare collection. Homes and offices rely on a comfortable environment via electronically controlled air-conditioning and security systems.
Chemical engineers design and oversee facilities in which matter undergoes a change of state in its composition. Food, pharmaceutical, paper, fuel and plastics are just some of the substances that chemical engineers process.
Electrical, mechanical and electronics engineering graduates can also seek to join the power companies, CLP Power Hong Kong Limited and Hong Kong Electric Holdings Limited. The MTR Corporation also employ graduate electrical and mechanical engineers on a regular basis. Many openings for electronics engineers are in sales and marketing, reflecting the fact that most R&D work is conducted outside of Hong Kong.
Salary & Benefits
In the private sector, starting salary for graduate engineers range from $12,000-$18,000, with some companies offering annual incentive bonus based on performance.
You're biggest problem will probably be one of perception. Even though so many things will appear so far removed from what you are used to, behind all the Chinese neon signs and bizarre looking food, it's just another city with ordinary people going about their lives and is really not that different when all is said and done.
Is Hong Kong Safe?
Worried about your safety? In a word, don't! Hong Kong is an extremely safe place to live and although it has its problems, like any other city, the police are professional and nearly all places are relatively safe to walk even at night. Just to convince you further, it has been described as one of the safest cities in the world and boasts a very low crime rate. Obviously you should take the usual precautions but it should not be something you spend time worrying about. Whenever I am in Hong Kong, I just feel safe somehow.
The Cost of Living in Hong Kong is on a par with Western Europe, as are the wages. Something that will really help is the favourable tax regime and you'll be the envy of your Western counterparts back home when they find out how little you pay. The tax system is also very simple and your tax returns will take no time at all.
The trick for cost effective living is to avoid getting into the routine of frequenting restaurants that serve Western food, just because you can't be bothered to get used to the local cuisine. Buy local brands and eat with the locals, it's not so hard once you get used to the way things work and you'll probably get to like it so much you won't look back. As a rule of thumb, many people agree that the cost of living is lower that the time of the handover in 1997 but then, so are the wages (Time of writing - May 2011).
Car ownership is really not necessary in my opinion. Nearly all Hong Kong residents rely totally on public transport. You can literally go anywhere at any time of the day or night on the world class transport system. It really is not an issue. So there's another thing you won't need to worry about. A car is not necessary and would probably be more of a hindrance
Tram Ride (Any distance)
Taxi (Central to North point)
3.80 - 26.00 HK$
Typical doctors appt. (Including medications)
500 - 1000 HK$
Unlimited broadband Internet
100 HK$ p/m
Basic Cellphone Package
100 - 150 HK$ p/m
Meal for two (Mid priced restaurant)
500 - 800 HK$
Beer in Lan Kwai Fong/Wan Chai (Bottled or Draught)
30 - 35 HK$
Fast food burger meal
6 large navel oranges
Ground Coffee (250g)
40 - 50 HKD
Frozen Chicken (Per Kg)
Minced Beef (Per Kg)
1 Litre milk
15 ~ 20 HK$
Hong Kong also has many wet markets, where low cost produce and goods will be available. You tend to find more of these in areas with public housing. These are great places to get food and basics and can help to keep the cost of living down.
This is just a brief summary of things and if you have the opportunity to live here and experience things for yourself, why would you want to miss out? Go for it!
• Typical problems encountered: fierce competition from domestic and overseas graduates, including Chinese graduates. Finding an employer willing to apply for a work permit on your behalf may be difficult. Most expatriates in graduate-level jobs in Hong Kong have been relocated to the region by their current employer.
• How to improve your chances: professional training in areas such as law, banking, accountancy and finance, advanced manufacturing, engineering, biotechnology, computing, telecom, healthcare and architecture, planning and construction may increase your chances of finding an employer willing to apply for an appropriate visa on your behalf. Learning Cantonese will also improve your chances of finding work. For those who only speak English and who have relevant experience, there may be opportunities in areas such as teaching, media, hospitality and banking and finance.
• Language requirements: Chinese and English are the official languages of Hong Kong. English is widely used in the government and also in the legal, professional and business sectors. However, Cantonese is increasingly being used as the language of business and fluency in Cantonese is a distinct advantage for many jobs. Mandarin is also useful due to the increased trade and commercial links with mainland China. English may be sufficient for jobs with large multinational companies but knowledge of Cantonese is beneficial.
Where can I work?
• Major industries: service industry (accounts for more than 90% of gross domestic product (GDP)), especially financial and professional services. Hong Kong is a high-tech country and there are ample opportunties for IT and Telecom related professionals.
• Major companies: Bank of China (BOC) Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific Airways, Cheung Kong, China Mobile, China Netcom Group, China Unicom, CLP Holdings, Cnooc, Henderson Land, Hutchison Whampoa, Jardine Matheson, Sun Hung Kai Properties, Swire Pacific.
What’s it like working in Hong Kong?
• Average working hours: Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm (or longer, depending on the business), with an occasional half-day required on Saturday.
• Holidays: there are two types of public holiday in Hong Kong: statutory and general holidays. Statutory holidays must be provided to all employees. General holidays include every Sunday, all statutory holidays (12) and an additional five holidays. See the Hong Kong Government website for more details.
• Tax rates: maximum salary tax is 17% (2009/10). Check with the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department for up-to-date rates and breakdowns.
• Working practices and customs: fairly formal work environment, conservative dress code, long working hours, business networking after work - business lunches/dinners are common
Monday, May 23, 2011
The following information relates to the government’s decision to implement a new skilled migrant selection model based on an Expression of Interest (EOI) and invitation to apply. The proposal is in an early stage of development and consultation. Although the key features are settled, further changes are possible and the following must not be taken as a final description of how the new selection model will operate. In particular, no action of any kind should be taken on the basis that this will be the final model. The minister may recommend to the Governor-General in-Council amendments to the Migration Regulations 1994 to give effect to the final model.
The Skilled Migrant Selection Model
The Australian Government has decided on a major reform in the way Australia selects skilled migrants, the Skilled Migrant Selection Model (the Model). The Model will build upon and draw together the suite of reforms to the skilled migration program over the past three years. In doing so it will deliver the skills Australia needs by matching the best and brightest migrants to the available places in the migration program.
The Model will be an electronic system based upon a two-stage process. Prospective applicants first submit claims for skilled migration through an online EOI and subsequently may be invited to make a visa application. This is a significant change from the current situation, as applicants for independent or state/territory sponsored migration will be required to receive an invitation in order to lodge a visa application.
Once invited, the Model will ensure a match between the number of applicants and the number of available program places. This will result in streamlined processing times.
Foundations and benefits of the Model
The fundamental principle underpinning the Model is that the skilled migration program is determined by the economic needs of Australia. As such, it is necessary for the Australian government to manage who is able to apply for skilled migration, when they are able to apply and in what numbers, on the basis of this need. It is proposed that the Model will allocate all places in the independent skilled migration program to the prospective migrants, those who score highest on the points test, in each eligible occupational group.
A key benefit of the Model is the ability to address regional skill shortages. The Model allows prospective migrants to nominate their willingness to live and work in regional Australia. This will be of particular benefit to employers experiencing regional skills shortages and state and territory governments attempting to settle migrants in regional Australia.
The Model will connect state and territory governments and Australian employers with potential skilled workers through a central database of prospective skilled migrants. This will help state and territory governments maximise the benefit derived from their state and territory Migration Plans. From the perspective of employers, the Model would assist in the resolution of skills shortages through quick and easy identification of prospective workers with the requisite skills and attributes, reducing advertising and recruitment costs to businesses.
Implementation of the Model
The Model is proposed to commence on 1 July 2012. As of this date, new applicants for independent, family or state/territory sponsored migration would need to submit an EOI and be issued with an invitation before lodging a visa application, unless eligible for transitional arrangements. The first round of invitations is expected to occur in January 2013.
Transitional arrangements currently apply to certain people who, on 8 February 2010, held or had applied for a Skilled – Graduate (subclass 485) visa. This group is able to apply for a permanent skilled visa under the previous system, until the end of 2012. There are no additional transitional arrangements in relation to the Model.
Visa subclasses affected by the Model
The visa subclasses which will be affected by the Model are:
•Skilled – Independent (Migrant) subclass 175
•Skilled – Sponsored (Migrant) subclass 176
•Skilled – Independent (Residence) subclass 885
•Skilled – Sponsored (Residence) subclass 886
•Skilled – Regional Sponsored (Provisional) subclass 475
•Skilled – Regional Sponsored (Provisional) subclass 487.
All prospective applicants for these visas will need to submit an EOI and receive an invitation before they can apply.
Prospective applicants interested in employer sponsorship would not be required to submit an EOI if they already have a sponsor. However, submitting an EOI allows employers to view their details and contact prospective applicants to discuss sponsorship opportunities. It would also allow prospective migrants who are sponsored on a temporary basis to be invited for either independent skilled migration or state/territory sponsored migration if eligible.
For those who have already lodged a visa application prior to the implementation of the Model and are pending processing, the department would process this application in accordance with any priority processing direction in effect at that time. A prospective migrant who has already lodged a visa application may want to submit an EOI in order to be connected to an employer or state/territory government.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
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Saturday, April 30, 2011
The New Zealand Skilled Migration Program allows skilled workers in specialist occupations to immigrate to New Zealand to help fill workforce shortages.
New Zealand is currently experiencing a huge shortage of skilled workers in a number of industries so now is the perfect time to apply.
You no longer need to have a job offer or sponsorship to be eligible for a New Zealand Skilled Migration Visa, but if you do have a job your visa can be organized in just 2-3 months. If you don’t have a job it will take between 6-9 months.
To be eligible for this New Zealand Work Visa you will need score at least 100 points in the skills test. Visit Am I Eligible for more information. The basic requirements are:
•You must be under 56 years old.
•You must meet the character and health requirements.
•Your occupation must be on the skills list.
•You must be fully qualified in your occupation.
•You must have at least 3 years experience relevant to your qualification.
•You must be fluent in English.
Applying for a resident visa under the Skilled Migrant Category is a two step process:
1. You fill out an Expression of Interest form, in which you tell NZ Immigration Department about yourself, your family, your skills, and your experience.
2. NZ Immigration Department accept your Expression of Interest and send you an Invitation to Apply, in which you give evidence for your claims.
NZ Immigration use a points system to judge the ability of a potential migrant to settle and contribute. If your EOI scores over 100 points, it goes into the pool of EOIs for this category.
Periodically, applicants with over 140 points are selected from the pool automatically. After this, those with between 100 and 140 points, and which include points for a skilled job or job offer, are selected. If we still have spaces available, additional selection criteria are set by the Minister of Immigration, allowing lower-scoring EOIs to be selected for invitation.
At this point, you apply. You need to provide with evidence of your job or job offer, work experience, qualifications, and any other factors for which you claimed points in you EOI.
There are three possible outcomes. NZ Immigration Department may decline your application. NZ Immigration Department may grant you residence. Or, they may defer your application and offer you a work to residence visa to help you obtain a skilled job offer. If you are able to get skilled work, NZ Immigration Department will approve your residence application.
Fill out our online Assessment form www.superior.com.pk/online.asp for free evaluation.
Contact us for further information and procedure regarding New Zealand Skilled Immigration
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
•Tier 1 (General) Visa abolished.
•You will only now be able to come under Tier 1 if you come under the exceptional talent, investor and entrepreneur categories.
•There will be significant changes to the Tier 4 student visa category.
•If you wish to come under the Tier 2 Intra Company Transfer route and earn between £24,000 and £40,000 you will only be able to stay for a maximum of twelve months in the UK. If you earn more than £40,000 you will be able to stay for a maximum of five years including extensions.
•If you come under Tier 1 Investor and invest £5 million you will usually be granted permanent residence (properly known as indefinite leave to remain) in the UK after 3 years. If you invest £10 million or more you will able to apply for permanent residence after 2 years. Under the previous law all Tier 1 investors had to wait 5-year to gain indefinite leave to remain.
•If you are a Tier 1 Entrepreneur you will also be able to gain permanent residence in the UK more quickly if you create 10 jobs or turn over £5 million in a 3-year period.
•There will also be tougher requirements in other respects if you are in the Tier 1 (General) and Tier 2 category and wish to apply for permanent residence. There will be a new criminality threshold and income requirement and changes in the English language requirements.
Immigration Minister Damian Green had the following to say:
"The new system was designed in consultation with business. We have made clear that as the recovery continues, we need employers to look first to people who are out of work and who are already in this country.
"We are overhauling all routes of entry to tackle abuses, make the system more effective and bring net migration back down to the tens of thousands
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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The UK has announced new visa rules which would allow wealthy foreign-born investors and entrepreneurs to gain permanent residence (properly known as indefinite leave to remain) in the UK much more quickly than normal.
The new rules, which take effect in April 2011, would allow people who invest at least 5 million to settle (indefinite leave to remain) in Britain after three years. Those who invest at least 10 million will be able to settle after two years. Normally, people must live in the UK lawfully for five years to attain settlement.
Immigration minister Damian Green also announced a new visa which will allow an investor or entrepreneur with 50,000 of funding from a reputable organisation in a "high potential" business to come to the UK. The usual entrepreneur visa requires that an applicant already has 200,000 available to invest in the UK.
There will also be a new visitor visa for prospective entrepreneurs. This will allow you to enter the UK to secure funding, and make arrangements to start your business; You will then be able to apply for a full entrepreneur visa that will allow you to live in the UK on a long term basis.
Entrepreneurs in the UK will also be able to gain permanent residence more quickly by creating 10 jobs or by turning over 5 million pounds over a three-year period.
It remains to be seen how successful these changes in the immigration rules will be in practice. Only one thousand of these new visas will be available. Very few people in the World have GBP5 Million to invest anyway. Probably a number of businessmen will employ at least ten people in their new business in the UK in the first three years; These people may turn out to be the main beneficiaries of the changes.
Other Countries are also taking steps to encourage entrepreneur immigration. The US has announced legislation which if enacted will create a new "E-6" or "StartUp" visa, to attract foreign-born entrepreneurs to the US.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Each aspirant has to achieve 40 points in order to secure student visa. 30 points are awarded if student enrolls in a UK BA registered College or University. Minimum 2000 to 2500 UK Pounds are required to deposit to college or university in order to attain CAS ( Addmission Letter). Courses Below Level 6 require IELTS test report as evidence of English Proficiency. However, student may choose ESOL course or pre-sessional english course before commencing of their main program.
10 points are awarded if you provide bank statement of 28 days in your name. Student need to provide funds equivalent to 9 months living cost 800 UK pounds if institution in London, it mean 7200 GBP for living plus tuition fees. This whole amoun should be in student's bank account for atleast 28 years. Likwise, student need to provide bank statement of amoun 600 GBP multiply by 9 months, which means 5400 GBP if institution is outside London toward living cost plus tuition fee.
Please note that student can borrow these amount from any of his/her relatives, friend or Bank. Bank Loan facility is easily available these days and legally its allowed.
Each applicant must submit supporting documents as evidence with their visa application. The supporting documents can vary from applicant to applicant depending on individual circumstances. The documents required for an application under Tier 4 (General Student) are as follows:
•2 x recent, identical passport-sized photographs of yourself
•Any previous passports you have used to travel to and from the UK during this period of study (If applicable)
•Biometric Residence Permit (If applicable)
•Documents that evidence an official name change e.g. marriage certificate (If applicable)
•CAS number / Letter (issued by Registered College / University)
•Original certificates of qualification and/or transcript of results.
•Bank Statements - covering a period of 28 days prior to submitting your application. The account must be in your name and must clearly demonstrate the maintenance costs available to you on the date of application. Statements must be no more than one month old and must be in the correct format as specified in the Tier 4 Policy Guidance.
Please note that if any of your documents are not in English or Welsh then you must have them officially translated by a professional translator. The translations must be in a specific format.
Friday, February 11, 2011
The government has commissioned a strategic review of the student visa program, headed by the Hon Michael Knight AO, which is to report to government by mid 2011.
The international education sector is important to Australia in establishing bilateral ties with key partner countries and supports employment in a broad range of occupations in the Australian economy as well as delivering high-value skills to the economy.
The review is an opportunity for education providers and stakeholders to share their vision of the sector's future. It is tasked with enhancing the continued competitiveness of the international education sector, as well as strengthening the integrity of the Student visa program.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
According to new statistics, immigration to South Australia grew significantly last year, increasing from 9,695 people in 2008-09 to 11,377 in 2009-10.
Due to the economic situation many Countries saw a net reduction in levels of immigration in the period 2008-09. Some Australian states and territories are seeing increasing levels of immigration.
The top five immigration source countries whose citizens immigrated permanently to South Australia are New Zealand, China, India, the United Kingdom, and South Africa.
With Australia's economy heating up and unemployment rates falling, Australian states and territories are looking abroad to fill labour gaps.
"The Australian Government has undertaken a series of strategic reforms of the skilled migration program, to make it more responsive to Australia's labour market demands," the spokesperson said.
"These reforms are about selecting the best and brightest people from a large pool of potential migrants," the spokesperson added.
In 2009-10, Australia saw 140,610 people immigrate to its shores, a decrease of 11 per cent from the previous year.