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Inform about last changes in the Immigration Rules

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Recently, the UK government announced changes to its immigration rules with the introduction of a Points-based Immigration System from January 2021. The new system for those coming to the UK for work or study will mean that only those who can meet the specific requirements for skills, qualifications, and salary level will be able to enter the UK.

The new immigration rules implemented by the UK government

outline the changes in more detail and how they will affect people applying for a visa. For example, the skilled worker route has replaced the Tier 2 visa route which means that skilled people who want to come to the UK will now need to meet certain criteria, such as speaking English and having a higher education in the relevant field. The rules also outline how those already in the UK can apply for settlement and the length of time they need to spend in the UK to be eligible for indefinite leave to remain. Other changes include the introduction of the Global Talent visa for highly-skilled individuals, the Youth Mobility Scheme for young people from certain countries, and new immigration rules for students and family members. In addition, the Life in the UK Test has been revised to comply with the new rules. The new immigration rules apply to all applications made from 1 January 2021, so if you are thinking of coming to the UK or applying for settlement or citizenship you should check the rules and make sure you meet the eligibility criteria.

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