United Kingdom (UK) visa processing times have become unpredictable thanks to the uncovering of a system algorithm that could be unfairly discriminating against visa applicants. The uncertainty has left many South African applicants on edge as they face even greater ambiguity around their eligibility for settlement visas. “The UK immigration process is like a board […]
Recently we have been received a lot of queries asking about Brexit and it impacts on the UK Ancestry visa. It seems a lot of people are concerned about the British government reviewing its international policies. At this stage, it is important to note that the British politicians are scrambling to meet the end of […]
I haven’t done an opinion piece in a while and thought with things slowing down for year I should stop and share my thoughts publicly. I believe it is important to be able to share my vision so that our clients are included in our growth and development. 2018 has proven to be a successful […]
25 Aug 2016 – Ryan Rennison re-evaluates his predictions after the vote has taken place.
Questions still need to be asked.I am of the opinion (now) that the British government implemented the changes to settlement visas with the intent to capitalise on inbound change in demand (to maximise their return).
o help give context to my subjective opinions relating to UK immigration legislation and how it impacts fellow South African passport holders in 2016, it is best to take past developments into consideration. This helps understand the motivations that serve as a driving force behind the changes taking place. David Cameron, from my perspective, is […]
As of the Friday (18th March 2016), the British government and their department of UK Visas and Immigration have implemented an annual fee increase. The biggest concern I have is that they have implemented a 25% increase on visas that grant working and settlement rights in the UK to non-EU migrants. Please note that not […]
Starting off, let me clarify that I have taken into consideration that I might have over analysed this situation and I would not be surprised to hear from readers that I have drawn conclusions based on past events that might not necessarily be true. I stand to be corrected and am open to the fact […]
Given that we are already half way through February, this year seems to be getting off to a busy start. We are nearly ready to roll out phase 1 of our business improvement plan (running a bit behind schedule but excited nonetheless). Over the past few months, the UK government (and its politicians) have announced […]
Please note that todays article is entirely subjective. This is my perspective of how immigration policies operate. Introduction It seems that many people know the basic facts about how immigration policies operate but few have pieced them together as healthy versus unhealthy approach. Given that we are now coming to the end of 2014, I […]
There is a lot of constructive development being made at Move Up. Especially over the past 2 months. The motivation behind writing this article is to confirm that Move Up is growing and improving. I would like to take this opportunity to first address our change of address. Our move from Claremont to Diep River […]