IMMIGRATION – Page 19 – UKMALAYALEE

UK will find India reliable partner whatever result comes with Brexit: High Commissioner

LONDON Oct 23: India’s outgoing High Commissioner Y K Sinha has said the UK will find India a reliable partner whatever turn its exit negotiations with the European Union (EU) may take. Continue reading “UK will find India reliable partner whatever result comes with Brexit: High Commissioner”

UAE offers all help to Kerala

DUBAI Oct 22: Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance, has assured UAE’s unwavering commitment to Kerala and its rebuilding efforts in the aftermath of the floods in August. Continue reading “UAE offers all help to Kerala”

US move to abolish H-4 visa Work Permits to impact over 70,000 Indians

WASHINGTON Oct 19: Abandoning the Obama-era rule of granting work permits to H-4 visa holders – who are spouses of professionals holding H-1B visas, mostly Indians – will benefit some US workers, the Department of Homeland Security believes. Continue reading “US move to abolish H-4 visa Work Permits to impact over 70,000 Indians”

Indians turn smarter at avoiding tech support scams

Mumbai Oct 18:  Indian consumers have become smarter at avoiding technology support scams, with a survey revealing that just 68 per cent of them were affected by these frauds this year, compared with 80 per cent in 2016. Continue reading “Indians turn smarter at avoiding tech support scams”

Lulu Group sacks Malayalee employee for Sabarimala comment

DUBAI Oct 17: The Lulu Group has fired a Malayali employee named Deepak, who was working at its hypermarket in the Middle East for posting offensive comments on Sabarimala, reported Manoramaonline. Continue reading “Lulu Group sacks Malayalee employee for Sabarimala comment”

UK decision to allow foreign doctors was only temporary

LONDON Oct 12: The government’s decision to allow many more overseas doctors and nurses to work in the NHS was only “temporary”, Sajid Javid has said, in a surprise move that has prompted concern that tough restrictions on numbers may be reimposed. Continue reading “UK decision to allow foreign doctors was only temporary”

Britain’s best curry houses are revealed

LONDON Oct 10: These are the eateries crowned the best Asian restaurants and takeaways in the country.

The first ever Asian Restaurant and Takeaway Awards (ARTA) paid tribute to the finest British curry houses in a ceremony held at The O2 Arena, London. Continue reading “Britain’s best curry houses are revealed”

Indians coming to UK for work may not be able to bring their family

LONDON Oct 4: Indian citizens and other non-EU citizens would have the same immigration rights as EU citizens in the U.K., under a system that will give priority to high-skilled workers.

However, the new system will introduce even further restrictions on the ability of Indian workers and their families to come to the U.K. — requiring any family to be sponsored by the employer. Continue reading “Indians coming to UK for work may not be able to bring their family”

India may benefit from post-Brexit immigration plans

LONDON Oct 3: British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday unveiled a major post-Brexit overhaul of the UK’s immigration system, which she said is aimed at a level playing field for nationals from all countries by ending “freedom of movement once and for all” for European Union (EU) citizens. Continue reading “India may benefit from post-Brexit immigration plans”

Ten things about offshore assets and income

LONDON Oct 1: Taxpayers who have hidden assets or income overseas could be hit with fines worth twice the amount of tax owed under strict new rules introduced by HMRC. Continue reading “Ten things about offshore assets and income”