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Immigration News weekly round up 17 July 2011 | Immigration Matters

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UK Government launches far reaching consultation on family migration

The consultation launched this week seeks to ensure that family migrants can integrate into society, and opens up debate on Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights and the circumstances where the public interest in removing someone from the UK should outweigh the right to respect for family life.

Free Immigration Advice at the Barrio Fiesta London

OISC registered immigration adviser Cynthia Barker, who has been advising migrant workers and students for over 12 years, will be on the Bison UK stand offering free consultations at the Barrio Fiesta this weekend.

UK still a top destination for migrants

Despite the so called downturn in the economy, more permanent migrants moved to Britain than any other leading developed country except America, The Daily Telegraph reports.

Immigration Advisory Service (IAS) in Administration

The Immigration Advisory Service (IAS), the charity which provides immigration services to migrants and asylum seekers in the UK, has gone bust.

Southern Cross care home group to shut down

Care home operator Southern Cross looks set to shut down after landlords owning all 752 of its care homes said they wanted to leave the group, the BBC reports today.

Common Travel Area airport security loophole to be tightened up

Prime Minister David Cameron has been warned over a loophole in immigration which could potentially allow terrorists to enter the UK without having their passports checked. The gap in security was noticed by Conservative MP for Harlow, Robert Halfon.

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2 Responses to “Immigration News weekly round up 17 July 2011”
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  1. Very cnfusing policy have been introduced, our children are spoiling their future. Student who is living last 9 and half year, struggling and hoping for the better future,studing working paying tax, respectable life, not involved in anti social activities, abide by law,well aware the London localities. Such cases have no further extention and living illegal with the hope to consider these cases for the betterment of their future. Mercy on them and their attached families. GOD BLESS YOU.

  2. abubaker says :

    Hi. Just want to know what’s the exact date to became new law for of uk citizenship

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