Employers are risking fines and the loss of their Tier 2 sponsorship by issuing ‘Certificates of Employment’ (formerly known as a work permit) to unqualified or unsuitable migrant workers, says Immigration Adviser Evelie Padadac.
Two private colleges have been granted permission to apply for a judicial review (JR) of the Secretary of State for the Home Department (SSHD’s) decisions to suspend and then revoke their licence to sponsor Tier 4 students.
Aquino, set to become the 15th Philippine president, may opt to follow-through with his mother’s institutionalization of the economy’s resilient force: overseas Filipino workers.
Foreigners in the Philippines must secure electronic identification card (I-Cards) from the Bureau of Immigration (BI) to avoid being declared as illegal aliens, an immigration official said.
A judge ruled that two Pakistani students posed a serious threat to national security but could not be deported because of the risk they would be tortured or killed in their own country.
The Home Office announced today that children of failed asylum seekers will no longer be detained overnight at Dungavel immigration removal centre.
The new Home Secretary also confirmed plans to introduce an annual UK immigration cap on those coming from non-EU nations. However, any details of the annual limit on UK immigration are yet to be announced.
Overseas workers and students in the UK enjoy the same employment rights as their local counterparts and tough anti-discrimination and human rights laws protect workers rights.
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