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Weekly Immigration News Round up 28 Feb 2010 | Immigration Matters

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Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules signals end for lower level courses for overseas students

Statement of changes in Immigration Rules laid before Parliament on 10 February 2010 under section 3(2) of the Immigration Act 1971.

Home Office Immigration and asylum statistics released

Quarterly statistics covering immigration and asylum were published by the Home Office this week showing a fall in asylum applications.

Tackling immigration and border crime goes a step further, says UKBA Minister

UK Border Agency announces new law enforcement strategy, which will go a “step further” in the defence against criminals, smugglers and illegal immigrants.

Asking immigration questions during recruitment – race discrimination?

Can asking immigration questions during recruitment be seen as race discrimination?

Bogus Canadian immigration consultants outnumber registered services

There are more illegitimate “ghost” immigration consultants in Canada than there are members of the industry’s regulated professional body, according to the national regulator.

UK Border Agency launch final phase of Tier 4 replacing Visa Letters with CAS

The UK Border Agency has today implemented the final phase of the points-based system’s student tier rendering paper based visa letters ‘obsolete’.

Thousands of illegal immigrants win right to stay in Britain under 14 year rule

The Telegraph reports that thousands of illegal immigrants have been granted what the paper describes as “squatters’ rights” to remain in Britain permanently after proving they have lived here for 14 years.

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One Response to “Weekly Immigration News Round up 28 Feb 2010”
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  1. eleanor says :

    Please,advice me what’s the best thing to do coz i’m really worried. I came to U.K. as a work permit holder for 5 years. My visa was issued on the 24th Nov. 2005. I came to U.K on the 12th Dec.2005.My visa expires this coming Nov.To sum the days ive been here, it is short of 18 days to qualify for Indefinite leave to remain.
    If ever i would qualify what’s the earliest day i could file my application for residency?
    Thanks and more power!!

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