It is no longer necessary for intra-company transferees to speak the English language.
(PRWEB UK) 28 October 2013
It has been reported in Expat Forum that the new rules, which are operational since the start of October, mean that it is no longer necessary for intra-company transferees to speak the English language. They also make it easier for graduate entrepreneurs to switch into Tier 2, whilst tourist and business visitors will also be able to study where it is not the main purpose of their visit. Similarly, the activities a business visitor can do in the UK have been expanded. The changes also include new visa application forms for different visa tiers, which officials are warning applicants they must now use.
As one of the best known overseas removal companies in the UK, Interdean have been assisting customers with their worldwide moves for more than 50 years. As part of their comprehensive service, the team also offer free visa help and thus were naturally interested by the recent news. A representative from the firm explains the implications of the changes.
“Above are listed some of the main changes that have been made to the previous visa requirements, however there are a number of smaller amendments, including tweaks to Tier 1, Tier 4 and Tier 5, so it makes sense for those concerned to research the revised rules. We understand that it can be difficult to keep track of continual visa changes and requirements which is why we employ fully trained specialists who can offer our customers free advice on visa and immigration requirements.”
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