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Weekly Immigration News Round up 04 October 09 | Immigration Matters

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Transitional arrangements for earned citizenship announced by Border Agency

Reprieve for migrants with Indefinite Leave to Remain. The UK Border Agency has announced transitional arrangements for migrants who will be on the ‘journey to British citizenship’ when earned citizenship is introduced.

Philippine Embassy announce ‘Retirement in the Philippines’ show

We are often asked about migrating to other countries such as the Philippines, particularly from Brits looking to join the millions who live and retire abroad. A new exhibition has just been announced which could provide some of the answers to your questions.

Scottish Leader Alex Salmond criticises UK immigration laws

Alex Salmond, the First Minister of Scotland has again criticised United Kingdom immigration laws which he said do not reflect the “values” of Scotland.

NVQ Student talks about NVQ course and arriving in UK without X-Rays

Filipina student talks about her NVQ in Health and Social Care and what happened when she arrive in London’s Heathrow airport without her X-Ray’s.

Earning the right to stay – a points test for citizenship public consultation

Following major reforms to the immigration system to control migration by way of the points based system, the Government will now reform settlement in the UK by introducing the principle of ‘earned citizenship’

UKBA announce faster roll-out of foreign national identity cards

Home Secretary Alan Johnson announced last week that skilled migrants renewing their visas to stay in the United Kingdom will be issued with an identity card from the new year, three months ahead of schedule.

Yes, even the Attorney General makes mistakes on domestic worker’s visa

If you are a migrant, it is your responsibility to ensure you have the right to remain in the UK. The employer may be fined, but you are the one who will be deported.

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