Found an interesting BBC report on why migrants are heading for one of EU’s fastest growing economies. Poland may be Europe’s least multicultural society, but that is changing as it becomes a destination for a new wave of immigrants.
The Christmas holiday period can a dangerous time to be picked up and detained by the UK Border Agency. Finding an Immigration Lawyer will be extremely difficult and there is a high probability that you will be counting down the New Year from a prison cell.
The Labour shadow Home Secretary said she would give ‘power of arrest’ to more Border Agency officials to prevent illegal immigrants absconding when they are discovered, the Telegraph reports this week.
The Blair Government presided over a period of economic prosperity at the same time UK immigration and student recruitment was expanded. Coincidence?
Mr Johnson has raised concerns that negative messages from senior figures in Government puts bright and talented foreigners off wanting to settle in Britain. Johnson recently said that new rules tightening rules on visas for overseas non-EU students sends out the “wrong signal” and could damage the UK’s multi-billion pound higher education market.
Leading figures, such as the London Mayor and university heads, believe that overseas students should be excluded from migration targets because they add billions of pounds to the British economy and are not even long term immigrants.
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Majestic College offer special packages for EU students. They also have a number of employers looking for staff right now and are willing to employ Bulgarians and Romanians.
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