UK Immigration Consultants in Hyderabad

Axis Overseas Careers is the best UK immigration consultants in Hyderabad. We are the best UK immigration agency in Hyderabad for UK immigration consultants for nurses and others.

UK Immigration Consultants in Hyderabad

UK Immigration Consultants in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital of southern India’s Telangana state.  It is Telangana’s largest and most-populous city and is the major urban centre for all of south-central interior India.  Axis is the best UK Immigration Consultants in Hyderabad.

UK Immigration Rules

Migrants will have to meet a number of criteria to qualify for a work visa, including specific skills and an ability to speak English. Applicants will also be required to have a job offer with a minimum salary threshold of £25,600, about $33,300. (Salary requirements are lower for certain job categories with critical shortages, such as nursing.)

Britain suffers from poor productivity growth, and some economists believe that a ready supply of cheap foreign labour has discouraged companies from investing in technology. Will introduce an Immigration Bill to bring in a firm and fair points-based system that will attract the high-skilled workers we need to contribute to our economy, our communities and our public services.  Intend to create a high wage, high-skill, high productivity economy.

Implementing a new system that will transform the way in which all migrants come to the UK to work, study, and visit or join their family. It will also revolutionize the operation of the UK border, tighten security and deliver a better customer experience for those coming to the UK.

UK Immigration Consultants in Hyderabad

UK Immigration Consultants in Hyderabad

Will replace free movement with the UK points-based system to cater for the most highly skilled workers, skilled workers, students and a range of other specialist work routes including routes for global leaders and innovators.

From 1 January 2021, free movement will end, and will introduce the UK points-based system. This is part of a wider multi-year programme of change, led by the Home Office, to transform the operation of the border and immigration system.

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) published its report on salary thresholds and points-based systems on 28 January including to lower the general salary threshold from £30,000 to £25,600. Migrants will still need to be paid the higher of the specific salary threshold for their occupation, known as the ‘going rate’, and the general salary threshold.

However, as set out below, under the points-based system for skilled workers, applicants will be able to ‘trade’ characteristics such as their specific job offer and qualifications against a lower salary. There will continue to be different arrangements for a small number of occupations where the salary threshold will be based on published pay scales.

Will set the requirements for new entrants 30% lower than the rate for experienced workers in any occupation and only use the base salary (and not the allowances or pension contributions) to determine whether the salary threshold is met.