A summary of significant changes to UK Home Office immigration rules and guidance: Published 6 April 2017

On 6 April 2017 The UK Home Office made changes to the UK’s immigration system, which are currently still in effect. Key changes include: The introduction of a skills levy…

Jump in traffic to UK NARIC’s Visas & Nationality service following Brexit vote

Following the ‘Brexit’ result in the EU referendum, there has been an increase of over 60% in web traffic to UK NARIC’s Visas & Nationality service. The Visas & Nationality…

UK NARIC and English language for immigration purposes

Under the immigration rules, there are five ways to prove that you meet the English language proficiency requirements: being a citizen of a majority English language speaking country having passed…

UK NARIC’s Visas and Nationality Service launches on 6 April

In early March 2016, the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) section of the Home Office announced that the online Points Based System (PBS) Calculator was being turned off on 5…

UK NARIC launches new On-site Support and Training days

UK NARIC has launched a new training service – On-site Support, delivering tailored training and hands-on support to teams and small groups of staff at their own offices. Our new…

Fraud: a growing problem in education, and how to guard against it

‘I didn’t know fraud was so common, so widespread’ – that’s the comment UK NARIC hears again and again from the university and college staff who attend its fraud workshops…

UK NARIC Statements of Comparability and English Language Assessment can help with UK Visa and British citizenship applications

Note that since this article was published, immigration guidance has changed. See our post UK NARIC’s Visas and Nationality Service launches on 6 April for more up-to-date information. Also, as of 6 April…

Immigration Update – April 2014

Please note that since this article has been published immigration guidance has changed. Please see our post UK NARIC’s Visas and Nationality Service launches on 6 April which contains more up-to-date…