There is much confusion surrounding the whole area of Bulgarian and Romanian rights to work and study in the UK. Migrants, employers and even advisers at Job Centres and help lines are not always clear about whether or not Bulgarian and Romanian nationals can work in the UK and what documents are required.
The British Government’s latest bid to deport a failed asylum seeker who killed a 12-year-old girl in a hit-and-run in Lancashire has been rejected by the Court of Appeal, the BBC reports.
The Government’s flagship plan to reduce immigration into the UK commenced on 6 April, with the start of the new annual limit on non-EU workers.
The Home Office has announced that following Parliamentary approval, new immigration fees will be introduced from Wednesday 6 April 2011 for foreign nationals applying to visit, study, work or settle in the UK, and for employers and education providers applying for a sponsor licence.
Perhaps even more bizarre are the government’s proposals to slash the number of student visas. Again, let’s look at its own analysis.
This suggests the new rules will keep out at least 60,000 perfectly genuine students, resulting in a reduction of, conservatively, £1-2billion in UK exports.
A crooked immigration advisor from West Drayton who created bogus documents for foreign nationals wanting visas has been jailed for six years.
If you need any immigration advice or are worried about the new immigration rules or need help with Sponsorship or Work Permits, Visa, ILR/Settlement, Citizenship, dependant visa or an appeal against a refusal please email: