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Weekly Immigration News Round up 31 January 2010 | Immigration Matters

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Urgent UKBA announcement to Third Party Reps using Same Day Service

The UK Border Agency has issued an urgent announcement to third party representatives…

UKBA announce enhancements to sponsorship management system

The UK Border Agency has published the following announcement related to enhancement to its PBS sponsorship management system (SMS). 

Tuition fees for international students increase by 5% last year

University tuition fees for international students in the UK leapt by about 5% in the past year, according to a sector survey.

Important news for education providers sponsoring migrant students

The UK Border Agency published important changes for ‘Tier 4 Student Visa Sponsors on its website earlier this week…

Changes to Tier 4 student visa applications next month

The UK Border Agency published the following ‘Tier 4 Student Visa change’ announcement on its website this week…

Written Ministerial Statement Announcing Proposed Fees for FY 2010/11

Written Ministerial Statement Announcing Proposed Fees for FY 2010/11

Filipino OFW’s repatriated from Haiti this week

During the ever increasing occurrences of natural disasters around the world, we often overlook the overseas migrant workers caught up in the aftermath.

Tier 4 Visa Letters become obsolete next month

Visa letters will be scrapped from February as the final phase of Tier 4 is implemented by the UK Border Agency.

Sham marriages soar to beat UK immigration laws

The number of suspected ‘sham’ or bogus marriages by illegal immigrants has risen by more than half in the past year according Home Office reports.

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