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Weekly Immigration News Round up 16 May 2010 | Immigration Matters

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International students face new global crackdown

Bring the old system back, where ECO’s are allowed to scrutinise applications and interview candidates and most of the problems would be solved overnight.

Fast track your visa with UKBA’s ‘Super Premium’ service

The UK Border offers a ‘super premium’ service for applications to extend wealthy migrant’s stay in the UK.

Filipino movie musical’ on OFW life as a Nanny

In the UK thousands of OFW and other foreign Nannies or Domestic Workers have benefited from the ‘Domestic Workers Concession allowing them to switch employers.

United States to introduce new entrepreneur visa

A new law currently in the Senate aims to open the doors for entrepreneurs who want to bring their money making ideas to the US

Changes to the UK Border Agency website following election

The UK Border Agency has today announced changes to their website following the formation of a new Government.

David Cameron gets a ‘Clegg-up’ to become UK’s new Prime Minister

David Cameron is the UK’s new Prime Minister, putting the Conservative party back into power after 13 years of Labour rule.

UK Universities claimed £86m for students who had dropped out

British universities have wrongly claimed tens of millions of pounds from the taxpayer for students who did not complete their courses.

What does a hung Parliament mean for migrants?

With the Liberals holding the balance of power a coalition Government may be forced to take a more balanced approach to immigration.

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