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Immigration News weekly round up 04 September 2011 | Immigration Matters

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Visa delays losing European tourism market €500

Europe is currently missing out on a huge number of visitors due to poor visa processing, according to the European Tour Operators Association (ETOA). Visa issues not only damage the tourism market. Each year countless students miss out on university places in the UK because they have been refused a student visa or it took to long to be issued.

Most new jobs go to foreign workers official figures reveal

Nine out of ten people who joined the workforce last year were foreign nationals, official figures revealed. British nationals accounted for only a tiny fraction of the rise in employment among working age people with most new workers being migrant workers from both EU and non EU countries.

UK Border Agency seize cash from sham marriage fixer

A convicted criminal from London has been ordered to forfeit £27,500 profit he made from a sham marriage operation, the UK Border Agency reports.

New Student Visa Rules force university to close

Less than six months after the British government announced tighter restrictions on student visas, at least one university has said it is being forced to close one of its campuses as a result of the new regulations…

More law centre closures as government introduce legal aid plan for 10% cut

Proposal due before parliament as Law for All charity blames planned legal aid cuts for pushing it into liquidation, the Guardian reports.

Eastern European human trafficking for sex trade – two men in court

A man accused of trafficking eastern European women into Northern Ireland to work in the sex trade, took up to 80% of their earnings, a court has heard.

Comprehensive Sickness Insurance now required for Bulgarian and Romanian study work yellow cards

The UK Border Agency has started compelling Bulgarians and Romanians to take out Comprehensive Sickness Insurance cover when applying for yellow card registration as a working student. The insurance is a new requirement introduced as part of changes to the BR1 Yellow Card form in June…To obtain a quotation for Comprehensive Sickness Insurance visit the Active Quote website.

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