Aliona’s CV: Corporate Immigration

This is my personal CV showing my experience in a few firms in the UK. I live in the UK since 2012. I graduated the University of Northampton in 2015 with a 2:1 Bachelor Degree in Strategic Business Management & Advertising. Since then I worked in different companies, however I found out that I have a passion for Immigration. My career started as an Administrative/ Personal assistant in a company called Berry Appleman and Leiden (BAL), where I progressed to an Immigration Coordinator in 2 years. I gained lots of experience and knowledge at BAL since 2016. In 2018, I joined Deloitte as an Immigration Analyst. I am proud to be a part of this company because Deloitte is one of the "Big Four" accounting organizations and the largest professional services network in the world by revenue and number of professionals! I continue to develop my personal and professional skills on a daily basis.

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Brexit and its impact on the Technology, Media and Telecommunications businesses in 2019

The UK is scheduled to leave the EU on March 29, 2019 and a considerable number of issues remain unsettled on both its withdrawal terms and on future economic trade and arrangements. A transition period until the end of 2020 has been agreed in principle (under which the UK will continue to be subject to [...]

Kew Gardens, London. The Orchid Festival.

This year do not forget to join a celebration of Thailand’s lively colours, culture and wonderful plant life inside the real tropical paradise of Kew Gardens’ Princess of Wales Conservatory.

How the West created Vladimir Putin

Everything that I am going to say is based on facts, I am not going to get into opinion...But if I do, I will clearly say that. What I will try to do is to furnish a picture of the history and the reasons why Putin became Putin that we all know today. I would like [...]

Government sets out details of registration system for EU citizens

The U.K. government has published a technical note setting out the details of a proposed streamlined system for EU citizens to register for settled status after Brexit. The rules that will ultimately be determined within the U.K.’s Withdrawal Agreement with the EU will affect approximately 3 million EU nationals living and working in the U.K.

WHITE PAPER: HIGH-SKILLED IMMIGRATION POLICY UNDER PRESIDENT TRUMP

Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the presidential election has upended the political and policy landscape for immigration. It will still fall to Congress to make substantial hanges to the immigration system, but the Trump administration will have authority to reshape the lives of hundreds of thousands of unlawful immigrants and influence the ability of US [...]