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The UK Border Agency has posted the following notice on its website:

Between 19 July and 30 July 2010, the UK Border Agency’s sponsor licensing and management units are prioritising work to implement the government’s new policy on an interim immigration limit.

As a result, other work areas may be delayed. If you have already sent an application or other request to us, please be patient – we will process it as soon as we can.

We appreciate your patience at this time, and will deal with any outstanding cases as soon as possible when the work on the interim limit is completed. General enquiries about sponsorship can be made to the sponsorship and employers’ helpline as usual.

Source UK Border Agency

See also:

Weekly Immigration News Round up 18 July 2010

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