The twist and turns of Brexit

The latest delay to Brexit plans has energised a new spark for those campaigning for another EU referendum. There has been a new extension made for the 31st October which gives them more time to make the case for a so called peoples vote. But if the referendum is to be held between now and…

British views on immigration have changed

It is often more commonly known that Britain is not very fond of immigration especially as the government is working to tighten the laws of immigration to reduce the numbers. However it’s becoming increasingly clear that the British public are becoming a lot more positive towards immigration and there is better support for a more…

Australia Introduces New Visas!

Last week the Australian Federal Government announced new visas for regional Australia which will be available from November 2019. It will also revise the definition of Regional Australia to include all of Australia except for the metropolitan areas of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Perth. The new visas announced are: Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional…

Pressure is on May as her deal drifts away

Theresa May struggled to pass her Brexit deal through parliament this week on Sunday night after a high-stakes summit with Boris Johnson and other leading hard-Brexiters at her country retreat broke up without agreement. Tory rebels who was present said that the prime minister repeated “all the same lines” about her deal and that nothing…

Japan eases their permanent residency rules

The length of time for highly skilled foreign professionals to apply for their permanent residency may be shortened under a new move which Is being considered by the Japanese government. This news comes as Japan is aiming to lure more global talent as they have a shortage of skilled workers. The current system only grants…