Southall , UK, July 17, 2008
UK Govt. announced that any overseas workers and students (except
Europe) comes to UK, shall have to pay £50, a levy on their
visas. The Govt like to raise 70 million pounds over two years
to help pay for public services such as doctors' surgeries, hospitals
Hazel Blears, the Communities Secretary said:
- While many migrants play an important role in our community,
we need an honest debate about the local pressures that migration
can create on our public services. This fund will pay for the
public services in the areas where migration has the impact
on our local communities.
- If you are interested in UK Visas, contact Migration Expert
for information and advice on which visa is best suited to you.
You can also try our visa eligibility assessment to see if you
are eligible to apply for a visa to the UK.
- This projects using the money could include encouraging migrants
to register with family doctors so they did not pressure hospitals
by going to accident and emergency departments when they were
In 2007, about 350,000 students and 125,000 migrants (except
30-nation European Area) came to UK