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Weekly Immigration News Round up 22 August 2010 | Immigration Matters

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Immigration Rule change following Supreme Court judgment in ZO (Somalia)

The UK Border Agency (UKBA) has announced that as a result of the Supreme Court’s judgment of 28 July in the case of ZO (Somalia), they must now allow failed asylum seekers who have made further submissions asserting a fresh claim for asylum to apply for permission to work if…

College accused of selling English Language Certificates to Tier 4 students

An international Tier 4 college is under investigation following claims it was illegally selling English language certificates to help hundreds of immigrants settle in the UK, The Times reports.

UK Border Agency Survey of recent applicants for settlement or ILR

UKBA wants your feedback on the settlement application process, and your comments.

Passenger’s cash is seized at airport

More than £42,000 in cash has been seized from a British man as he was leaving the UK through Birmingham International Airport, the border agency reports.

Immigration DNA Testing to the UK Increases

Following changes in government policy the number of private clients undertaking a DNA Test to prove they are related to their family has increased significantly, say test provider DNA Testing.

Sham marriage pair in court

The operation was part of planned nationwide action by the UK Border Agency to tackle illegal working, sham marriages, bogus colleges and organised immigration crime.

UK Airports strike threat lifted

The threat of a strike by workers at six UK airports has been called off after a new pay offer was tabled, the BBC reports.

Concessionary visa arrangement for employers of non European fishermen ends

The concessionary visa arrangement allowing fishermen from outside the European Economic Area to be employed on vessels operating within the 12 mile limit has now ended, the UK Border Agency has announced.

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