The UK is seen as India’s next big foreign tech diaspora after it issued almost 50000+ visas in this sector. It surpassed its closest rival USA by 5 times. The UK Government is set to join hands with the Government of India at the Future Tech Festival at New Delhi on the 11th and 12th of December. Leading tech giants of the country and UK would delve upon the benefits of technology to advance development over the decade.
AccessUK, the e-visa enrollment form has been refurbished and now can be accessed in 19 different languages including Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi and so on. This dynamic Visa application requires users to self-update their documentation rather than couriering or attending Visa Application hearings at the nearby Consulate.
UK Visa Policies have undergone changes making it much flexible for the applicants and speeding up the process. The ‘startup- visa’ that shall aid entrepreneurs shifting tp abroad thereby helping them to expand their business.
Nurses, Doctors, and Researchers were removed from the Tier 2 Visa. This means that they can be recruited anywhere in the UK without authority restrictions. Also, the decision opens up many vacancies for IT Engineers and Skilled Workers.
India is looking to reap the benefits of the flexibilities laid forward by the UK, and more facilities can open up for NRIs and foreign aspirants when the Prime Ministers of both countries meet in April.