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Immigration News weekly round up 04 December 2011 | Immigration Matters

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Londoners and Scots ‘more opposed’ to Immigration cuts, survey suggests

People in London and Scotland are less likely than those in other parts of the country to support cuts to immigration, according to findings in a new survey.

UK ‘Apply Online’ and online booking service unavailable on Saturday 3 December 2011

The UK Border Agency has announced that the ‘apply online’ service for applicants in the UK will be unavailable between 08:00 and 23:59 on Saturday 3 December 2011 for essential maintenance work.

X Factor Gamu wins appeal against deportation to Zimbabwe

Former X Factor contestant Gamu Nhengu and her family have won their immigration appeal and right to remain in the UK.

UK Border Agency staff man Dover Port ahead of strike

The BBC reports that UK Border Agency staff had already begun manning a picket at Dover’s Eastern Docks hours ahead of a public sector strike today over pensions.

JCWI asks: Bogus’ Colleges – what about their Genuine Students?

Finally one of the main migrant groups are taking up the cases of thousands of Tier 4 students who have been left stranded like refugees in a war zone during the UK Border Agency’s relentless student visa crackdown on private colleges.

Airlines prepare for ‘gridlock’ at UK airports during this week’s public sector strikes

Private businesses are set to lose millions as the indirect effect of the public sector strike forces them to close for the day. Even if their staff do not join the strike action, they may find it difficult to commute to work or will have to stay at home to look after children as the local schools close for the day.

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