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AFFINITY TRAINING COLLAPSE – HOW TO REMAIN IN THE UK AND AVOID DEPORTATION | Immigration Matters

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Cynthia Barker, leading Immigration Adviser with Bison UK, has been flooded with calls and emails from local and international students caught up in the trail of destruction left by Affinity Training Ltd, the training company which went bust last week.

 

Students in the UK on student visas are desperately worried about their legal status now that they are unable to remain in full time study (part of the student visa requirements) following the collapse of their NVQ provider.

 

Bison UK are running free immigration consultations to help and advise students on what they must now do in order to stay in the country.

 

Important

 


International students, on student visas, will need to register with a new college. To comply with your visa conditions the college must be on the Department for Innovation, Universities & Skills or DIUS (Formerly DfES) Register.

 

You can search the register at: http://www.dcsf.gov.uk/providersregister/search.cfm.

 
International students should inform the Home Office of any changes and details of their new college.

 

Bison UK are running special free presentations and consultations every day at 2.00pm for International and EU students.

 

For further information call 020 8905 1822 or email

cbarker@recruitnurse.com

 

 

No appointment needed.

 

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