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Weekly Immigration News Round up 29 November 09 | Immigration Matters

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College sells bogus English tests to immigrants

The Sunday Times reports that colleges are rigging English tests for indefinite leave to remain applications.

‘Net migration falling’ says Phil Woolas as Home Office release immigration figures

Immigration statistics covering quarter three of 2009 have been released by the Home Office this week. ‘Net-migration is falling’, says Phil Woolas.

Migrants to be fingerprinted at UK border

Migrants coming to Britain will undergo fingerprint checks at the Border from 30 November 2009, the UK Border Agency has announced today.

UKBA announce changes give British workers more job opportunities

UK Government publish to Tier 2 of the points-based system.

Student visa numbers rise

The BBC reports that the number of students entering the UK from India and Bangladesh has risen since the new Tier 4 visa system started.

Shortage Occupations list to be cut

Prime Minister Gordon Brown pledged to create thousands more jobs for British workers by reducing the number of skilled occupations that are open to foreign workers on the official shortage list.

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