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  •   Jun 2017
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Skills obtainable during an Internship abroad in the USA

When first embarking on your career, those initial real-world work experiences are crucial to your development as a professional. An internship abroad is a unique and impactful way to be introduced to the working world. The following are just a few of the many skills that will mature and flourish during your international internship.

 

  1. Adaptability

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  •   Jun 2017
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Why We Love Internships (And You Should, Too!)

For an accomplished learner, gaining knowledge from books and allied resources is only partial learning. The most important part of learning is imparted only through internship which makes the student ready for a job. It is not at all easy to co-relate the learning of classrooms with real life situations at the workplace and use it for productive purposes. 

 

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  •   May 2017
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Competitive Field : Internships – how to shine

Our tips on being a work experience star will help you make a good impression for all the right reasons.

Once you’ve landed an internship, how do you make the most of it? It’s vital to be professional at all times, but you need to go beyond that. You might think that if you turn up on time and complete all the tasks you’ve been set to a good standard, you’ve done enough to make a success of your internship… but you’d be wrong.

 

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  •   May 2017
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Ensuring employers comply with National Minimum Wage regulations

It is important that the Government ensures its compliance programme reflects the changing risks within the labour market, and maintains its progress in ensuring all employers pay the minimum wage.

Since the government began enforcing the National Minimum Wage in April 1999, HM Revenue & Customs has identified £68 million in arrears for over 313,000 workers, according to today’s report from the National Audit Office.

 

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  •   May 2017
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Brexit: What should EEA and EU nationals and their family members do now?

On 24 June 2016 the right to live in the United Kingdom for over 3 million people of its people was suddenly cast into doubt. If generous provision is not made for them we are looking at the biggest mass expulsion of population since 1290, when Edward I infamously ordered the Jews of England into exile.

 

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  •   May 2017
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Supreme Court refuses damages to refugee wrongly prosecuted for illegal entry

Shortly after Christmas in 2009, a young woman from Somalia flew into Stanstead and claimed asylum. She had just turned 18. As later accepted by the Home Office, she had experienced severe depredations in her home country. This included her rape at the age of six in the presence of her disabled mother, and the murder of both of her parents. She fled Somalia in 2008, initially to Yemen, where she spent the next year. She was eventually able to fly to Europe with the help of an agent, who provi Read More

  •   Apr 2017
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Understanding Re-Entry Bans

The Home Office can impose entry bans to individuals who have previously breached immigration law or used deception in their applications for leave. Bans can last 1 year, 2 years, 5 years or 10 years.

 

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  •   Apr 2017
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The Lounani Case: When Can A Member Of A Terrorist Group Be Excluded From Refugee Status?

 

A person applying for protection under the 1951 Refugee Convention can be excluded from its provisions under certain circumstances.

 

As the Court of Justice of the European Union explained in B and D in 2010, these circumstances include those guilty of committing terrorist attacks.

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  •   Mar 2017
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Home Office Ends Policy Of Automatic Settlement For Refugees After Five Years

The Home Office has announced a new policy of reviewing whether all refugees require protection at the end of a five year initial period of leave.

 

The policy appears to be effective immediately for all refugee settlement applications, including for refugees already resident in the UK and who were expecting to qualify automatically for settlement.

 

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  •   Mar 2017
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Upcoming Changes to the Immigration Law regarding Tier 2 General Leave to Remain Applications

Skills Charge!

 

  1. £1000 per year for medium or large sponsors

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  1. £364 per year for small or charitable sponsors (your annual turnover is £10.2 million or less and you have 50 employees or fewer)

 

It will be payable upfront and for the total period of time covered by the certificate of sponsorship.

 

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Internships in USA

Are you looking for a really fun and an extremely educational experience that will be a strong starting point for the rest of what will hopefully be... Read More