IMMIGRATION – UKMALAYALEE

Eoin Morgan insists his use of word ‘sir’ about Indian people conveyed “admiration and respect”

LONDON June 22: England’s World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan insisted Tuesday his use of the word ‘sir’ in Twitter posts conveyed “admiration and respect” as he rejected suggestions of causing offence on social media. Morgan and his deputy Jos Buttler were accused of mocking the way Indian people addressed them in English after Twitter posts from several years ago recently came to light again.
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Kerala issues new vaccine certificate with batch number and date number for those going abroad

By Staff Reporter

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM June 21: People who are going abroad after having taken COVID-19 vaccination in Kerala will be issued a new vaccination certificate now, which includes the batch number of the vaccine administered as well as the date of vaccination.
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OCI card holders approach Supreme Court to allow them enjoy freedom of speech

NEW DELHI April 15: Eighty Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs) cardholders, residing in India, have challenged Supreme Court in regards to not being able to freely express their views on the Indian government, Times of India reported. The petitioners said that section 7D of the Citizenship Act allows the Centre to cancel the registration of OCIs over violation of any law or for showing disaffection to the constitution of India.
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Foreigners married to Indians cannot enjoy OCI status after divorce

NEW DELHI April 9: Foreigners registered as Overseas Citizens of India or OCI cardholders because of their marriage to Indian nationals cannot continue to enjoy that status after their divorce, the Centre has told the Delhi High Court.
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UK launches new post-study work visa for Indian students

File Picture: Deepak Dominic Chevidan, a Keralite living in London, graduated from BPP University London and was also awarded the Best Outstanding student award.

LONDON March 4: A new post-study work visa that offers international students from countries like India the opportunity to stay on for work experience after completing their course in the UK will formally open for applications from July 1, the UK Home Office said on Thursday.
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Restrictions on international passenger flights to India extended till March 31: Emergency travel allowed

NEW DELHI Feb 27: The restrictions on international passenger flights have been extended till March 31, Directorate General of Civil Aviation or DGCA said in a statement on Friday.
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Indian High Commission in London resumes normal Consular Services with prior Online Appointment

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LONDON March 4: The Indian High Commission in London has resumed normal Consular Services with effect from 1st March 2021, said a notification from the High Commission.
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Census 2021: Best opportunity for Keralites in UK to influence govt decisions: Complete these columns

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON March 5: Participating in Census is very important for the Malayalee community in the UK. The data collected will determine how we as a collective number can influence the decision makers and vice versa.
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Passengers travelling outside UK need this form: Download the form in Word and PDF Here

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LONDON March 6: Passengers travelling internationally will be required to carry the form that will be checked before they can board either at check-in or the departure gate. Passengers who do not have a valid form may be denied access to their booked service.
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British Council scholarships for Asian women in STEM: Apply to UK universities by March 2021

LONDON Feb 15: The British Council has launched a STEM scholarship programme with 19 UK universities, to assist women in pursuing their scientific careers. There are now fully-funded scholarships for Southeast Asian women from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
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