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Weekly Immigration News Round up 11 April 2010 | Immigration Matters

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UKBA publish Tier 4 changes for education providers and migrant students

The UK Border Agency has published important changes to the Immigration Rules, which came into force this week, affecting migrant students and educational providers which sponsor them under Tier 4 of the points-based system.

Migrant housekeeper lied about visa says Attorney General

The Attorney General has said that her former housekeeper in London told her she had nothing to worry about regarding her immigration status in the UK, the Press Association reports.

Tier 2 migrant workers could be deterred from coming to UK following immigration changes

Skilled migrant workers could be put off coming to work in the UK under Tier 2 following further changes to the points-based immigration system, Personnel Today reports.

Sacha Baron Cohen’s nanny deported

Sacha Baron Cohen’s, the actor who plays the character Ali G, nanny was removed from Britain after trying to enter the UK without a working visa, the Daily Mirror reports.

UK visas issued by two private companies

The Daily Mail claims that millions of visas allowing foreigners to enter Britain are being issued by an American company and a High Street travel agent rather than British diplomats.

British workers in private sector down since 1997

Data obtained by The Spectator magazine, from the independent Office for National Statistics, show that in 1997 there were 19.02million British-born workers in the private sector and 1.54m foreign-born staff.

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