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Immigration News Weekly Round up 22 May 2011 | Immigration Matters

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UK Border Agency say ‘unnecessary’ immigration appeals will end

Immigration Minister Damian Green has announced this week an end to ‘unnecessary appeals’ and late evidence consideration in a bid to help stop ‘misuse of the system’.

UKBA announce restrictions on ‘new evidence’ on points-based appeals

The UK Border Agency ha announced that from 23 May 2011, Section 19 of the UK Borders Act 2007 will restrict the evidence that an applicant can rely on at an appeal hearing.

More ‘radical’ reforms under way, says Immigration Minister

Despite the measures, there is little the UK Border Agency can do to stop the main flow of new migration, which comes from the EU.
Polish and other ‘A8′ Eastern European migrants have the same rights as UK citizens, but Romanian and Bulgarian citizens are still subject to restrictions despite being members of the European Union.

UK Border Agency responds to the Chief Inspector’s report

The minister also pointed out that 70 bogus colleges have had their licenses suspended following information being received from the public, adding that these were only possible thanks to the intelligence gathered by front-line officers

British MPs want forced marriages criminalised

Members of Parliament (MPs) have declared that forced marriage should be made a criminal offence to show that it was not tolerated in society, the BBC reports.

Convicted robber wins deportation appeal because he has a girlfriend in the UK

Immigration judges have allowed a convicted robber to stay in Britain on human rights ‘article 8’ grounds simply because he has a girlfriend in this country, the Telegraph reports.

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Free service launched to help overseas students study at UK Universities

UKUS is a free University and College Admissions and Advice Service based in London, UK. Students interested in studying abroad can complete the Online UKUS Registration Form for more details.

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