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Weekly Immigration News Round up 21 March 2010 | Immigration Matters

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UK Border Agency announce new Rules for Tier 1 and Tier 2 and other changes to the Immigration Rules

On 6 April the government will make significant changes to Tier 1 and Tier 2 of the points-based system. It will also amend the Immigration Rules covering asylum seekers, English language qualifications and marriage visas for members of the Armed Forces.

UKIP say Britain is better off outside the EU

Lord Pearson does not explain exactly how leaving the EU would change immigration or whether they plan to revoke free movement of labour for Europeans living in the UK.

College ‘lured students to fake courses’ and unregulated immigration advice

A north west London college principal honoured for her services to education lured overseas students into paying thousands of pounds in fees for fake courses, a court heard.

English language schools to challenge tightening of visa rules by judicial review

English language schools are planning a legal challenge against the Home Office over fears that the UK will lose thousands of jobs and £400m in income through tighter visa regulations this year, the Guardian reports.

BBC study says businesses are in favour of immigration in London

This week BBC London is taking an in-depth look at immigration and the changing face of the capital.

Two thirds of UK Border removal notices not enforced

Many countries, such as China, refuse to take back their citizens without a passport, which can take up to a year to obtain. Migrants in these situations often conveniently lose their passports, as they are aware of the loopholes.

Government to increase passenger screening to protect border

The UK government’s latest weapon in the fight against terrorists, known criminals and would-be illegal migrants was opened today by the Home Secretary Alan Johnson. 

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