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December 9, 2018 -

solicitors, immigration, osce, training, nurse, tier 4, switching to tier 2

Who looks after our international nurses?

Becoming a nurse is entering one of the noblest professions. You sacrifice so much of your time with friends and family just to care for others. It's harder, one would imagine, to be an international nurse caring for people away from your own ...
November 29, 2018 -

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What is the true cost of losing a sponsor licence

There is an interesting article written by People Management based in the Freedom of Information (FOI) they obtained from the Home Office, they discovered that there were 555 sponsor licences suspended between 1 April 2017 and 31 December 2017 ...
December 9, 2018 -

Candidates Stories

The cost of Airyl's nursing journey to the UK - is it worth it?

For international nurses who trained outside the EU/EEA, the application process to work as a registered in the UK is long and complex. There are at least 10 steps to follow. Step 1 - Achieve the required scores to meet the English language ...
September 4, 2019 -

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What is the true cost of recruiting international nurses

When it comes to sourcing international nurses from recruitment agencies, it seems that the discussion of recruitment cost only relates to the introduction fees for each successful hire. There is less consideration given to how long it takes to hire ...
August 21, 2018 -

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3 Reasons International Students are not Getting Tier 2 Sponsorship

  According to the Higher Education Statistical Agency (HESA) in its  international student statistics published on 11 January 2018, University College London (UCL) has 15,735 total number of international students enrolled between 2016 and ...
August 2, 2018 -

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Why leave the UK if you can switch to Tier 2

  The Tier 1 Post Study Work (PSW) category closed on 05 April 2012 because the Conservative government included in the party’s 2010, 2015 and 2017 manifestos to bringing net migration down to the tens of thousands, which they have repeatedly failed ...
July 26, 2018 -

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ONP or OSCE?

An overseas nurse came to us for immigration advice after being terminated from his employment by a nursing home. We found that this migrant was sponsored under SOC 2231 under Tier 2 and was granted a visa on 11 April 2016 and entered the UK on 03 ...
July 25, 2018 -

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Failing the NMC-OSCE Twice Can Be Overcome With A Little Help From IANS

Gieselle Pascual, a UK-Registered General Nurse (RGN) originally from the Philippines, found out about IANS when researching options for people who had failed the Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) twice. These exams assess the ...
September 25, 2018 -

IANS saved me £175,392 from agency costs

  Hawkhurst House, part of the Graham Care Group, is a newly built home that provides a "relationship centred care" in an environment different from a traditional nursing home. They have the Care Suite concept where residents have the unique ...