More bad news this week for British Home Secretary Theresa May, who scrapped the UK Border Agency as she lost her appeal against a ruling preventing the deportation of preacher Abu Qatada…Cynthia Barker of immigration advisers Bison UK is worried that, unlike Qatada, many people who are detained are often intimidated by the experience and feel rushed into leaving voluntarily or are scared to seek legal advice.
The UK Border Agency has announced that there will be an increase in fees for visa applications made from overseas and applications made from within the UK from Saturday 6 April 2013.
The Home Secretary Theresa May announced this week that the troubled UK Border Agency is to be abolished with its immigration work returning to the Home Office, telling MP’s “its performance was not good enough”.
A commons report shows that almost £400 million has been lost in the past six years in Government loans had been made to students from Europe – and British taxpayers are footing the bill. One in five European students run away without paying back what amounts to millions of pounds in loans to study at UK universities.
EU migrants -Romanians and Bulgarians – coming to live in Britain will have to prove they are “genuinely seeking employment” to claim UK jobless benefits for more than six months, David Cameron said in Ipswich today…Private landlords will for the first time face fines if their tenants were found to be illegal immigrants.
Student visitor visas offer an alternative route to study in the UK for shorter courses. If you are an adult student, and you want to undertake a short course of study in the UK (such as a beginner’s English Language course or a work-related training course), you might be able to apply for a student visitor visa.
If you have been arrested or detained, need any immigration advice or are worried about the new immigration rules or need help with Sponsorship or Tier 1, 2, Tier 4, applying for university if your college has closed, Spouse Visa, ILR/Settlement, Citizenship, Dependant Visa or an appeal against a refusal, or if you have been waiting for a reply from the Home Office for longer than a year, please email:
Spinnaker College are holding OPEN DAYS at their London study centre on the 8th and 9th April. In country Tier 4 and EU students, such as Romanians and Bulgarians, as well as those with issue with their previous college are welcome.
CAS available now – wide range of courses at competitive fees and payment terms.
Qualified legal advisers will be on hand for free immigration consultations to in-country students affected by the closure of their college.
To register for this FREE event, email: email@example.com or call 0795 747 0180 to speak to a student adviser.
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