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Weekly Immigration News Round up 20 December 09 | Immigration Matters

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New agreement to combat visa fraud in the Philippines

The British and Philippine governments are joining forces to combat visa fraud, the UK Border Agency has announced.

Pakistanis most likely to be turned down for UK visas

Pakistanis are more likely to be refused visas to visit the UK than any other nationals, figures show.

e-Borders are legal EU confirms

Border and Immigration Minister Phil Woolas refuted suggestions that the ‘e-Borders’ scheme is not compliant with EU law.

International Migrants Day 18 December 2009

UN General Assembly, taking into account the large and increasing number of migrants in the world, proclaimed 18 December International Migrants Day…

Chinese woman fools immigration controls in Japan with fake fingerprints

Chinese woman manages to enter Japan illegally after having plastic surgery to alter her fingerprints, thus evading immigration controls.

Changes to policy on judicial reviews

The UK Border Agency has announced important changes to the way it manages judicial review challenges from those being removed from the UK.

End immigration detention of children say Royal Colleges

The Royal Colleges have described the significant damage to the health of children and young people held in immigration detention.

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