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Immigration News weekly round up 07 August 2011 | Immigration Matters

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Small colleges could gain UK University status in shake up

The educational sector is going through a massive shake-up, which should benefit international students as prices for degree and masters courses are reduced by up to 40%.

Another major Care Home group goes bust

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How to avoid the pitfalls when employing migrant workers

There are three particular immigration categories where employers frequently slip up:
EU workers
EU workers should be the most straightforward category of all because all citizens of the European Union have the same rights, don’t they? Well, actually no, not all EU members have the same rights to work in the UK.

Chinese restaurant fined £30000 over illegal staff

Chinese restaurant owners in Newquay are facing a huge fine of up to £30,000 after immigration officers arrested three members of staff last week.

UKBA online system for UK immigration applications unavailable this weekend

The UK Border Agency (UKBA) has announced that the ‘Apply online’ system for applicants in the UK will be unavailable this weekend from 5pm on Friday 5 August, while we carry out essential maintenance.

Bride and groom charged following sham marriage raid in Northern Ireland

The UK Border Agency reports that a bogus ‘bride and groom’ arrested as they prepared to take their wedding vows have been criminally charged with immigration offences.

Non-EU students fear “Britain is closed for business”, but is this true?

The immigration cap is deterring foreign students from applying, says Universities UK head Steve Smith, George Eaton of the New Statesman reports.
There will always be changes to the Immigration Rules in any country and Britain is no exception. However, the UK is not closed for business.

MP’s call for report on Turkish UK immigration prior to EU membership

Not all new members of the EU have been offered full working rights by the established European nations. When the so called A2 countries, Bulgaria and Romania, joined the EU restrictions on working were imposed by the UK.

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