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Immigration News Weekly Round up 26 June 2011 | Immigration Matters

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UK Border Agency leads massive countrywide anti-trafficking raids

Nine people have been arrested following a UK Border Agency-led operation targeting a crime gang suspected of trafficking sex workers around Britain, the agency announced this week. In one of the biggest operations of its kind ever undertaken in the UK, around 150 officers from the UK Border Agency and eight different police forces carried out simultaneous raids on 13 different addresses around the South and East of England.

Eight arrested in Bangladesh visa forgery factory raid

Eight people were arrested after a fake visa discovered by a UK Border Agency officer in the capital Dhaka was traced back to the forgers’ base in the city of Sylhet in north east Bangladesh.

Immigration cap discourages academics to work in UK

Under these rules academics from the United States, India, China or Australia will think twice before applying for a job in Britain. At the start of April the coalition government introduced an immigration cap that makes it incredibly difficult for academics from outside the EU to secure the right to work in Britain.

University of Wales criticised in report

The University of Wales should be wound down and closed if other plans for its future fail, a report concluded.

Visa scam warning

The UK Border Agency has issued a warning to potential migrants to guard against being duped by scammers demanding cash in return for dealing with immigration cases.

Judges attack ‘abusive’ migrant appeals

Judges have made an unprecedented attack on the ‘wholly abusive’ way that immigrants are exploiting the British legal system, the Daily Mail reports.

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