Since January 31 this year, BNO holders will be allowed to reside in the UK and can apply for immigration later. The UK Home Office today (25th) released the latest figures showing that as of the third quarter of September this year, there were about 2.4 Ten thousand people applied to reside in the UK through the BNO, and the cumulative number of applications for the entire program increased to nearly 89,000.
In terms of the number of approvals, a total of 22,404 British overseas applicants were approved for BNO visas in the third quarter of this year, and there were 6,494 local applicants in the UK. As a result, the number of BNO visas approved for the entire program in the UK overseas and domestic has risen to 57,361 cases and 18,815 cases, that is, a total of 76,000 visas have been approved.
According to the third quarter immigration figures of the British Home Office, between July and September this year, there were nearly 24,000 applications for the BNO immigration program, of which 21,037 were overseas applications and 2,900 were domestic applications.
Among these applications, 14,500 were main applicants and 9,500 were dependants.
According to the Ministry of the Interior, as expected, 63% of approved BNO visas are issued to holders of BNO passports or Hong Kong Special Administrative Region passports, or holders of two passports at the same time.
In addition, figures in the third quarter show that 916 BNO or SAR passport holders are being allowed to stay in the UK under the "Visa Licensed Entry Permit" (LOTR).
The United Kingdom intends to relax restrictions after 1997. Young people only need to have a BNO for their parents to apply for a visa BNO. British Jiang Lux: The United Kingdom deceives Hong Kong people to immigrate to fill up the labor shortage problem. The number of BNOs issued in 2019-20 is so large !
The grassroots also intend to immigrate. There is one point. Don’t ignore the British media’s claim that the BNO-qualified immigrants in the UK and Hong Kong residents are obstructed from receiving MPF early and involved in political interference in the immigration wave |