On 18 October 2010 the High Court ruled that the decision of the UK Border Agency (UKBA) to revoke the tier 4 sponsor licence of London Reading College was unlawful and leaves open a claim for substantial damages, Penningtons Solicitors reports.
Shadow UK Immigration Minister Phil Woolas has brought British politics into disrepute yesterday after his 2010 election win was declared void and he was suspended by the Labour party.
Philippine Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz claims foreign and local “immigration consultants” have capitalized on many Filipinos’ desire to pack their bags for Canada.
The BBC reports that Radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza has won his appeal against government attempts to strip him of his British passport, a special tribunal has ruled.
The proposed cap on immigration from outside the EU will not be enough for David Cameron to keep his promise to reduce net migration from 196,000 to tens of thousands by 2015, MPs have said.
The UK Border Agency has published new guidance this week for employers on ‘preventing illegal working’.
Overseas students already pay the full fees for their UK education and are not affected by the changes. The funding changes further highlight the need for non-EU overseas students, which are worth some £8 billion to the UK economy.
The federal government wants to keep Canada’s immigration levels steady next year but change the mix of newcomers, limiting economic immigrants and boosting the number of spouses and children. In its annual report to Parliament on immigration, the Conservative government says it aims to take in between 240,000 and 265,000 new permanent residents next year. That’s the same target as this year and last.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday his government would do everything possible to prevent a planned immigration cap from depriving U.K. companies of skilled workers from overseas, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Whilst there are cases of bad treatment, the vast majority of UK Filipino Domestic Workers enjoy higher than average salaries (you will not get a Domestic Worker in London for less than £300/£350 per week NET of taxes – a salary package equivalent to over £25,000 per annum or 1.7 million Pesos) and free board and lodging in the best parts of town.
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