The SmartMove2UK

The SmartMove2UK (a unit of SmartMove Immigration) is a niche firm of UK Immigration law in India with branches in Mumbai | Delhi | Gurgaon | Chandigarh | Vadodara | Bangalore led by a specialist Solicitor. Evolving from practicing exclusively in the areas of UK nationality and immigration law. Our expertise now encompasses a wider global mix including immigration laws of Australia, New Zealand, USA, Malta, Portugal (Golden Visa), Dominica, St. Kitts & Nevis, India and Canada.

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Free Webinar on UK Start Up Visa by The SmartMove2UK The UK has consolidated its place as one of the best places in the world to do business in the United Kingdom, according to the World Bank’s latest ‘Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) 2020’ report. The SmartMove2UK brings to you a comprehensive guide if you wish to start a business in the UK. Let us go about answering a few burning questions associated with starting…
UK business visas are a pre requisite for any non-visa national considering doing business in the UK. UK business visas fall under both settlement and non-settlement options. Typically the non-settlement visa is the Business visit visa typically valid for 6 months to two years to five years and ten years. @media only screen and (max-width:1024px) {.fusion-title.fusion-title-1{margin-top:15px!important;margin-bottom:15px!important;}} Applicants who are considering applying for visit visa to the UK are required to demonstrate that they will leave…
The UK government introduced the ‘Visitor and Migrant NHS Cost Recovery Programme’ in April 2014, the Department of Health’s objective was to ensure that non-UK residents (visitors, migrants and previous residents) make a fair contribution to the NHS for the costs of healthcare provided to them. The National Health Service (Charges to Overseas Visitors) Regulations (2015)  allow the NHS to charge overseas visitors up to 150% of the standard NHS rate for all medical…
We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”. Winston Churchill The UK Home Secretary and Secretary of State for Health and Social Care declared on 14th July 2020 concerning the new Health and Care Visa to be introduced this Summer. The health professionals will be able to apply and applications are going to open for new Heath and Care Visa from 04th August 2020. According to…
In this article on ‘What is Health and Care Visa launches on 4 August 2020’ , we will cover these following points: Overview Eligibility Main applicant Family members Ordinary residence in Hong Kong Maintenance requirements English language requirement Tuberculosis test requirement Criminality Settlement Conditions and entitlements Work and study Access to public funds Application process Border arrivals Contact ‘The Hong Kong British National (Overseas) Visa’ experts near you @media only screen and (max-width:1024px) {.fusion-title.fusion-title-1{margin-top:15px!important;margin-bottom:15px!important;}} Overview…
For people who are in the UK with visas that are expiring and unable to travel on account of restrictions, the UK government has offered options to switch visa categories (if they are eligible) and allowing them to remain in country. The first leave was till 31 March 2020, extended to 31st May 2020 and then to 31st July 2020. However, this now has come to an end and it would be business as usual…
With more than 260,000 cases and almost 37,000 fatalities (26 May 2020), the Covid-19 pandemic has directly or indirectly touched the lives of people in UK and around the globe. Coping with the effects of the pandemic has been far from easy. During times of such great stress it is particularly harder for those who are in the UK, on a temporary immigration status on the basis of their loved ones (spouse/partner etc.) and their…
UK Home Office changes to Immigration Rules (May 2020) – Tier 4 (General) students applying within the UK. The Home Office published the ‘Statement of Changes CP 232’, on 14th May 2020 introducing certain changes to the existing UK Immigration Rules pertaining to Tier 4 (General) Students applying within the UK (Appendix W). These changes are aimed at further specifying and clarifying the underlying aspects of the Immigration Rules which were provided for within the…
UK Home Office changes to Immigration Rules (May 2020) – Start Up, Innovator and Global Talent The Home Office published the ‘Statement of Changes’, on 14th May 2020 introducing certain changes to the existing UK Immigration Rules pertaining to certain categories of visas/immigration applications, these impacted the following categories including Representative of an overseas business or Sole representative visa, Tier 2 intra company transfers, Start-up, Innovator and Global Talent, Tier 4
UK Home Office changes to Immigration Rules (May 2020) – Representative of an overseas business or sole representative visa The Home Office published the ‘Statement of Changes CP 232’, on 14th May 2020 introducing certain changes to the existing UK Immigration Rules pertaining to certain categories of visas/immigration applications, these impacted the following categories including Representative of an overseas business or Sole representative visa, Tier 2 intra company transfers, Start-up, Innovator and…