IMMIGRATION – Page 2 – UKMALAYALEE

58-Year-Old Indian-Origin Woman Who Posed As Doctor Faces Jail In UK

LONDON: A 58-year-old Indian-origin woman who posed as a doctor to dupe elderly people into engaging her services for a fee has been convicted of seven counts of fraud by false representation and three counts of supplying a prescription-only medicinal product by a UK court. Continue reading “58-Year-Old Indian-Origin Woman Who Posed As Doctor Faces Jail In UK”

Cost of living to go up from April 1

LONDON March 30: Millions are facing April Fools’ Day price increases that will add hundreds of pounds to ‘must pay’ bills, Daily Mail reported.

A rise in the Government’s energy price cap comes into effect on Monday and will add an average of £117 to the annual cost of heat and light for those on a standard variable tariff. Continue reading “Cost of living to go up from April 1”

Home Office increases immigration forms and visa fees from March 29

LONDON March 28: The Home Office has increased fees for most of the visa applications from Friday, March 29, 2019. As usual the applicants are vulnerable and left with no choice. UK visa fees were considered to be the most expensive in the woprld already. Continue reading “Home Office increases immigration forms and visa fees from March 29”

OCI rules strictly enforced at airports: Beware if you have a renewed passport: E-Visa for urgent flyers

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON March 25: The rules associated with the Overseas Citizenship of India card is now been strictly enforced at the ariline check-in counter in the UK and the port of arrival in India. The above rules were always there from 2015, but were never strictly enforced and no one has been denied entry to India for not adhering the OCI rules. Continue reading “OCI rules strictly enforced at airports: Beware if you have a renewed passport: E-Visa for urgent flyers”

Malayalee nurse gains exit after employer stops her from leaving Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH March 25: An Indian nurse who was stranded in Saudi Arabia along with her newborn baby following a dispute with her employer has finally left the Kingdom after a long legal battle.

Though Tintu Stephen, 28, had won a ruling in her favour from the labour court in Abha, she was barred from leaving the kingdom as her employer filed an appeal in the higher court, the Saudi Gazette reported. Continue reading “Malayalee nurse gains exit after employer stops her from leaving Saudi Arabia”

Centre Says Talks On With UK For Earliest Extradition Of Nirav Modi

NEW DELHI March 21: India on Thursday welcomed the arrest of bank fraud accused Nirav Modi by British authorities in London, and said it was engaged with the UK for his extradition at the earliest. Continue reading “Centre Says Talks On With UK For Earliest Extradition Of Nirav Modi”

UK court issues arrest warrant against Nirav Modi: Officials

New Delhi March 20: A London court has issued an arrest warrant against jewellery designer Nirav Modi, the main accused in the USD 2 billion PNB scam case, in response to an ED request for his extradition in a money laundering case, officials said Monday. Continue reading “UK court issues arrest warrant against Nirav Modi: Officials”

Watch: Egg Attack On Politician Who Blamed Mosque Shooting On Immigration

SYDNEY March 18: A swoopy haired teen, dressed in a T-shirt, positions himself behind Australian Sen. Fraser Anning during a news conference in Melbourne and raises his phone with his left hand. Continue reading “Watch: Egg Attack On Politician Who Blamed Mosque Shooting On Immigration”

University of Glasgow offering scholarships just for Malayalees affected by floods

By A Staff Reporter

GLASGOW March 13: In an exlcusive kind gesture University of Glasgow is offering 4 exclusive scholarships to students from this area and who are facing challenges in progressing onto postgraduate education. Continue reading “University of Glasgow offering scholarships just for Malayalees affected by floods”

ISIS Teen Shamima Begum’s Mother Pleads For Mercy From UK

LONDON March 12: The mother of a London girl who ran away to join ISIS in Syria urged the UK government on Monday to reinstate the teenager’s British citizenship after she lost her third child. Continue reading “ISIS Teen Shamima Begum’s Mother Pleads For Mercy From UK”