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Weekly Immigration News Round up 10 January 2010 | Immigration Matters

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Cross party parliamentarians publish declaration on immigration – “70 million is too many”

Further calls for curbs on immigration – “70 million too many” say Cross Party Group on Balanced Migration

Identity Cards for foreign national skilled migrant workers

From 6 January 2010, skilled migrant workers (under Tier 2 of the points based system) and their dependants are being added to the list of foreign nationals required to carry an identity card, the UK Border Agency announced this week.

UKBA ‘Working in Partnership with Stakeholders’ document

The UK Border Agency this week published ‘Working in Partnership with Stakeholders’ document.

Jailed Filipino workers pardoned by Saudi King

GMA News reports that nine more Filipinos held in prison in Saudi Arabia were released after being granted pardon by the Saudi government.

Illegals working in Home Office and Government bodies

More illegal immigrants have been working at some of the most sensitive Government offices in the country – including the headquarters of the UK Border Agency – a Mail on Sunday investigation has discovered.

Australia to hire thousands of Filipino workers in 2010

Thousands of skilled overseas Filipino workers (OFW) are expected to be employed in Australia next year with the scheduled signing of a labour agreement next month, Philippine Labor Secretary Marianito Roque said, GMA News reports.

‘Life in the UK’ immigration spy cheats ordered to pay back £100,000

If migrants want to be granted ‘Indefinite Leave to Remain’ (permanent residency) or ‘British Citizenship’ so badly why not study for the Life in the UK test and answer the questions legitimately?

Saudi Arabia was top destination for Filipino workers in 2009

The government agency which regulates the deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFW’s), reports that the number one destination for workers is still Saudi Arabia.

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