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Our immigration blog offers a diverse and individual outlook on the immigration services industry, to offer both the latest news and information and consider the unusual and unexpected aspects of a career in immigration. Whether you want to stay up to date on the latest immigration legislation, discover some fascinating immigration stories or learn about the sector in general, we have articles on a wide range of topics – so why not see what catches your interest and share your opinions on social media?
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For over 20 years, Alchemy Recruitment have been placing candidates around the world in a range of positions and key industry sectors. The high standard of service we consistently supply has gained respect from both candidates and employers alike. The excellent quality of the national and international vacancies that we attract, from junior to directorship levels, is testament to both the outstanding candidates who register with us and the high level of employers we work with.
Our immigration services recruitment consultants have a wide range of knowledge and expertise of the sector, and through them we have been able to create this blog to provide up to date and essential information about the sector. Whether you’re currently working in immigration services, or looking to start a career within the sector, we will have plenty of articles to interest you. From important legislation to the latest news, we endeavour to make sure that you are in the know and able to fulfil your employment potential.
The Passport Colour Palette
Back in December 2017, the Home Office announced that the British passport will be returning to the ‘iconic’ navy blue post-Brexit. This will replace the burgundy that has been around since the 1980’s and is widely used by member countries of the EU.
The Windrush Generation: a cause for immigration reform?
Who are the Windrush Generation?
The term ‘Windrush Generation’ has been widely adopted to refer to migrants that entered the UK between 1948 – 1971. Following the aftermath of World War II, families from Jamaica and other various Caribbean countries boarded the passenger liner ‘Empire Windrush’ and journeyed to Tilbury Docks in Essex. This influx of migrants jumpstarted a trend of migration, with more and more individuals travelling to the UK to assist in rebuilding post-war Britain. These migrants were invited by the British government, with the intention that they would help solve the issues surrounding labour shortages at the time; workers were required to rebuild roads, care for the sick and injured, and to assist with other state services as required. With approximately 500 passengers, the Windrush liner therefore offered a substantial opportunity to address workforce issues at the time.