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UK Visa Processing Temporarily Closed and more info
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UK Visa Processing Temporarily Closed and more info

The Home Office has announced that UK visas will be extended for people unable to leave the country due to coronavirus. Home Secretary, Priti Patel, said that the measure has been put in place to ‘reassure foreign nationals that their immigration status in the UK is safe’, while allowing those working in vital services to continue doing their work. It’s understood that the measure will apply to foreign nationals whose UK visa expired on or after 24 January, 2020. Extended visas will be valid until 31 May, but the Home Office has said that this will be reviewed at regular intervals in case further extensions are necessary. 2 posts - 1 participant Read full topic
Skype, WhatsApp and Snapchat alternative apps in UAE
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Skype, WhatsApp and Snapchat alternative apps in UAE

Currently, Skype, WhatsApp and Snapchat calls are all banned in the UAE under the country’s Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) policy, with the only VoIP apps available to use in Dubai and the UAE are Botim and C’Me.Both of these are paid for services offered by du and Etisalat respectively. Alternatively you can pay for a VPN to remove restrictions of your favourite app and make calls at your own risk. Google Hangouts and Skype for Business are also now available. There’s good news as well, whatsapp ban may be lifted in the near future. https://youtu.be/fu0-AXxUp3M
UK PM Boris Johnson addresses nation – Summary
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UK PM Boris Johnson addresses nation – Summary

IMG_20200323_203730 (2)1527×1139 526 KB The Prime Minister of UK Boris Johnson just addressed the nation. What was just announced? If you’re just joining us, UK PM Boris Johnson has just announced a major ramping up of coronavirus measures. Here are the major points of his speech: People are warned not to meet friends or family members who they do not live with Shopping is only permitted for essentials like food and medicine, and people are advised to do it “as little as you can” Police have powers to enforce the rules, including through fines and dispersing gatherings From tonight, people in Britain will be allowed to leave their homes for only “very limited purposes” - shopping for basic necessities; for one form of exercise a day; for any medical need...