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Weekly Immigration News Round up 6 Feb 2010 | Immigration Matters

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Can students who break visa rules stay in UK?

Can students who break visa rules stay in UK by appealing Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (AIT) and getting decisions overturned by immigration judges?

UK suspends Tier 4 student visa applications from northern India

The UK Border Agency has suspended Tier 4 student visa applications from northern India, Nepal and Bangladesh after a rise in numbers. 

Indian students shun Australia

The number of Indian students wanting to study in Australia has slumped by almost 50%, according to figures from the Australian government.

British Council’s IELTS ‘Tips for Success’

The British Council Manila has published useful IELT’s (English language test) tips on its Facebook page…

Filipino OFW deployment will decline

Shianee Mamanglu of the Manila Bulletin reports that the deployment of overseas Filipino workers will face enormous pressure in the next 10 years…

Prime Minister asks UK not to discriminate against Pakistani visa seekers

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani on Thursday urged the UK not to discriminate against Pakistani students, businessmen and travellers while processing their visa cases.

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