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Weekly Immigration News Round up 25 October 09 | Immigration Matters

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UK population could rise to 71.6m

The figures also reveal that ageing Britain will see a seven-fold hike in citizens over the age of 100 – up from 11,000 to 80,000 by 2033.The over-85’s will more than double from 1.3million to 3.3million, so the need for health care workers and nurses will increase.

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Deportation flight for 3 people draws flack from all sides

The UK Border Agency are in a no win situation.

MAC recommends new jobs to shortage occupation lists

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has recommended that teachers in special schools and skilled meat boners and trimmers should be recognised as UK shortage occupations, the UK Border Agency announced today.

Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009 Commencement No. 1

ILPA reports that the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Act 2009 (Commencement No. 1) Order 2009 SI 2009/2731(C.119) has been made.

2 million more immigrants in UK since 2001

The number of immigrants in the UK has risen by more than two million since 2001, according to a Government report.

Immigrant allowed to stay in UK because of joint ownership of a pet cat

An immigrant about to be deported from Britain has won a legal battle at the AIT to remain in the country – partly because he and his girlfriend had bought a pet cat.

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4 Responses to “Weekly Immigration News Round up 25 October 09”
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  1. marivic viado says :

    dear mr kelly,
    in my case will there be a problem of not being granted? and while waiting for my documents back i was considering of resingning work..will there’ll be a problem… and thank you very much for keeping me posted regarding immigration matters..

  2. It can take several months.

  3. marivic viado says :

    dear mr. kelly,
    being in uk for 5years and worked in one company i have applied my settlement visa its been in nearly 2months i wonder how long it takes..
    can you please let me know how long really the processing takes..

  4. suresh says :

    hello sir iam suresh from india.iam appealled against my student visa refusal decision in AIT.last november 2008 i appealled against my decision in uk but still now i had no information and hearing date not getting still now..iam struggled my life carrer due to appeal delay..what can i do?pls give me correct advice…..

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