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A Simple Guide to UK Immigration

A Simple Guide to UK Immigration (Paperback)

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WHAT'S SO SPECIAL ABOUT THE UK? This book details the intricacies of obtaining a UK visa and providing solutions in case your visa application has been rejected. This book provides details of the various application processes made from different countries including countries such as Nigeria and the United States. By using this book as a guide, you can overcome the difficulties in obtaining a UK Immigration visa for the following categories. Visit Visa, Visiting UK for Medical Treatment, Employment Visa. Business Visa and work Permit Free Employment (including HSMP). Retired Persons of Independent Means . Student Visa and settlement Visa . Dependants applying for visit visas, Work Permit . EEA and Swiss Nationals . Applying for a UK Visa from Nigeria . Applying for a UK visa from the United States of America -New York - Chicago - Los Angeles . Appeals . Asylum -Dependants -Appeal . The Human Rights Act and How it impacts UK Immigration. New Amendments To UK Immigration Law Each visa category is covered in depth so as to provide you with sufficient knowledge to make an informed decision on how to apply for a UK visa.This book provides a list of relevant application forms and guidance notes to be used.

it also takes you through the appeal and asylum processes. It condenses almost everything that you need to know on how to get you started in the visa application process, show you what is involved, how things work and what to watch out for. This book will save you needless heartache, speed matters up, save you money and ultimately make for a better experience when applying for a UK visa.

History & PoliticsPolitics & governmentPolitical control & freedoms Publisher: Purpose2Destiny TK Limited Publication Date: 01/02/2008 ISBN-13: 9780955689253  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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