The UK Border Agency has announced important changes to the way applications from visa overstayers will be treated. Starting 1 October 2012, if you have overstayed your leave or permission to stay in the UK by more than 28 days any application for further leave will be automatically refused.
Over 2 million Filipino workers deployed abroad send billions of dollars to support their families and the Philippine economy back home. The UK government has recently introduced new regulations to restrict immigration appeals against refusals of family visit visa refusals, as well as clamping down on lower paid Britons marrying foreigners.
Following a raft of student visa clampdowns, the UK is now launching a global charm offensive to convince foreign students it is “not against immigration”, Damian Green said. Mr Green is under pressure from business and university chiefs to relax visa restrictions to stop the shift away from UK universities.
The UK Border Agency has arrested 36 Indian nationals following a major operation to crack down on illegal working in Southall this week. The UK Border Agency has launched updated guidance for employers on preventing ‘illegal working’ to help them check if someone has a right to work. Information about the restrictions on employing Bulgarians and Romanians has been included in the new guidance for the first time.
There are thousands of Bulgarian and Romanian citizens working in the UK ‘without papers’ or on a so-called ‘self employed’ basis. How can they legalise their stay? How can their employers avoid a £10,000 fine or even prison for employing illegal workers?
Following Labour leader Ed Miliband’s criticism of Blair’s EU immigration policy, the former PM has spoken out saying that he does not regret the decision to lift border controls for Eastern European immigrants.
Had the sham ceremony gone ahead the Sri Lankan would have been able to apply to remain in the UK, despite over staying his visa, based on the fact that he had established a ‘family life’.
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