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Weekly Immigration News Round up 18 October 09 | Immigration Matters

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Overseas students delayed by new visa rules say Universities

Universities could lose thousands of high fee-paying overseas students because of new visa system, the Guardian reports.

Thousands of university places could be left unfilled and institutions millions of pounds out of pocket, because high fee-paying international students are being blocked from starting degrees under a new visa system, vice-chancellors warned this week. Full story.

New camp for UK-bound illegal immigrants opened by French

The Daily Express reports that the so called French crackdown on illegal immigration was exposed as a sham yesterday after the opening of a new camp for British-bound migrants.

Geert Wilders wins appeal

Far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders won his appeal this week against the Government’s decision not to allow him into the UK.

Malaysians left ‘stateless’ by UK Citizenship rule changes

As many as one thousand Malaysians who had hoped that by renouncing their native citizenship, they would qualify for a British passport, have found themselves in limbo, according to lawyers.

UK Government response on Asylum seekers

The UK Government has responded to claims in the media that up to 40,000 asylum seekers will be allowed to stay in the United Kingdom because it would be too difficult to return them to their home countries.

Changes to the asylum process announced by UK Border Agency

The UK Border Agency has announced changes to the way it registers further submissions and initial in-country asylum applications.

UK Border Agency advice on Tier 4 Student Visas

The UK Border Agency has published two new documents to assist education providers and students through the process of sponsorship under Tier 4 of the points-based system.

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