OneIndia reports that participants attending an Oxford University seminar, ‘New British Immigration’ have termed Britain’s immigration laws discriminatory and unjust for Pakistani students.
The National Union of Pakistani Students (NUPS), a representative body of Pakistani students in the UK, and the immigration experts said the new immigration laws were discriminatory and claimed that members of the European and UK parliaments also expressed their reservations.
NUPS Director General and an Oxford student Qasim Raza declared the recent changes in immigration laws as an injustice to the Pakistanis.
He said he had received numerous complaints that undue delay was caused in the issuance of visas resulting in loss of an academic year of a number of students.
He demanded of the Pakistani government to set up a network on High Commission level so that Pakistanis coming to the UK for getting education might be protected from falling prey to fake challenges. Source: OneIndia.