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Weekly Immigration News Round up 06 December 09 | Immigration Matters

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Immigration still needed in care sector

In a recent report, the Care Quality Commission has criticized eight local authorities for the standard of social care they provide, but little was mentioned of the shortage of experience qualified Social Care Workers needed to staff public and private care homes and agencies.

Local authority care needs urgent improvement say CQC

Local authorities across eight regions of England have been told they must urgently improve their social care services for adults, the BBC reports.

UK Border controls upgraded at Manchester Airport

The UK Border Agency have announced that passengers returning to the UK via Manchester International Airport are being encouraged to save time at the border by using our facial recognition gates.

UKBA continue crackdown on rogue employers

The Home Office has reported that seventeen illegal workers have been caught in Lincolnshire by the UK Border Agency as part of an ongoing campaign to crack down on rogue employers.

Studying in the UK – UK Border Agency Video

Immigration Minister Phil Wollas say’s overseas students, which number over 375,000 in under graduates alone, are worth almost £9 billion to the UK economy.

UK Border Agency response to ‘bogus asylum seekers’ report in The Sun

The UK Border Agency has responded to a story published in the Sun newspaper today about bogus claims made by asylum seekers to enter Britain.

“See you in court” says Baroness Scotland’s maid facing immigration trial

The Mail on Sunday reports that Attorney General Baroness Scotland could be summoned to appear in court if her former housekeeper stands trial on fraud and immigration offences next month.

Baroness Scotland’s former maid charged

The Sun reports that Baroness Scotland’s former housekeeper was charged on Friday with a string of immigration offences.

Lord Pearson plays the race card to win leadership of UKIP

The Independent reports that the millionaire Lord Pearson was elected leader of the UK Independence Party last week after putting “the growing threat of Islamism” and curbing immigration at the heart of his campaign.

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