Politics > Technology

Oscar winners can get a ‘fast-track' visa to live and work in the UK

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Other eligible awards include the Grammys, Golden Globes, Tonys and Baftas
People who win awards like the Oscars and Grammys will be able to get visas to live and work in the UK more easily.
New immigration reforms by the Home Office mean the process can be ‘fast tracked' for people who win prestigious arts prizes, as well as for science, engineering and technology.
The Government said the move is part of its bid to attract the ‘best and brightest' people from around the world to the UK.
Home secretary Priti Patel said: ‘Winners of these awards have reached the pinnacle of their career...
Read more ...

 

Oscar and Grammy winners to be offered fast track UK visas

Oscar and Grammy winners to be offered fast track UK visas

1 month ago   |   By BBC

Immigration reforms are intended to encourage the "best and brightest" to the UK, say officials.
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Technology      UK      Design      Home      People      Career      Art      Industry      Music      Offer      Baftas      Golden Globes      Grammys      Home Office      Priti Patel      The Oscars  


Covid: Winter lockdown ‘a possibility' as new diseases rise from virus, SAGE...

An emergence of new respiratory viruses means a “pretty miserable winter” is ahead for the UK with further lockdowns a possibility, scientists have warned. Read more ...

Scots only given £14bn a year from UK! Comedian sarcastically rages at Scot...

Scots only given £14bn a year from UK! Comedian sarcastically rages at Scot Nationalists

SCOTTISH comedian Leo Kearse hit out at nationalists pushing for the independence of Scotland as he noted the nation receives £14 billion a year under the Barnett formula. Read more ...

Germany wades into Brexit row: Boris Johnson told renegotiation 'out of the...

Germany wades into Brexit row: Boris Johnson told renegotiation 'out of the question'

GERMANY was waded into a row over resolving the implementation of the controversial Northern Ireland Protocol. Read more ...

'Won't buy European muck!' Britons furious after EU threaten to boycott UK goods

'Won't buy European muck!' Britons furious after EU threaten to boycott UK goods

BRITONS have reacted with fury following a warning EU citizens may boycott products made in the UK in order to punish Britain for leaving the bloc. Read more ...

'We should lead - not leave - Europe!' Lord Adonis unveils slogan for...

'We should lead - not leave - Europe!' Lord Adonis unveils slogan for rejoining EU

LORD ADONIS has urged the UK to "lead, not leave, Europe", as he continues his campaign for Britain to re-join the EU. Read more ...

Kearse's brilliant point on SNP over Rangers & Celtic footie fans 'Sturgeon...

Kearse's brilliant point on SNP over Rangers & Celtic footie fans 'Sturgeon slammed them!'

NICOLA Sturgeon was slammed for her different response to reprimanding Scotland fans for creating chaos in London compared to her response to Rangers fans celebrating their... Read more ...

'Scotland crying out for opposition!' Neil Oliver slams Sturgeon's SNP 'one...

'Scotland crying out for opposition!' Neil Oliver slams Sturgeon's SNP 'one party state'

SCOTLAND needs an opposition to challenge the "one-party state" under the SNP, GB News presenter Neil Oliver has warned. Read more ...

SNP minister condemns Tartan Army over London gatherings amid virus fears

AN SNP minister has admitted he was disappointed with the thousands of Tartan Army fans in London on Friday, adding it “would not help with controlling the virus”. Read more ...

Letters: Beware of false claims in Scotland's trans debate

NO ONE has ever claimed that women cannot have vaginas - what a ridiculous headline to use (“It now seems that women are allowed to have vaginas after all", Iain Macwhirter... Read more ...

EU plot to punish UK: Barnier's absurd protocol only has one aim - he...

EU plot to punish UK: Barnier's absurd protocol only has one aim - he ignored basic facts

MICHEL Barnier and the EU's claim that its single market would be at risk without checks on goods entering Northern Ireland has been torn up by a Unionist politician, who said... Read more ...