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Weekly UK Immigration News Round up 13 March 2011 | Immigration Matters

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Government warned by independent schools on student visas

The BBC reports that proposed changes to the immigration system could prevent older overseas teenagers from coming to the UK to study, independent schools are warning.

Government enlist Barnardo’s at asylum families removal centre

Children’s charity Barnardo’s is to run welfare services at the UK government’s proposed centre for removing some failed asylum seekers, the BBC reports.

Tamil migrant fights Canadian deportation order

An asylum seeking passenger, who arrived in Canada on the ‘MV Sun Sea’ ship and was later refused after admitting that he was a member of the Tamil Tigers, said he will not give up on his dream of living in Canada even though he’s been ordered deported, the man’s lawyer said Wednesday.

Japan opens door to Indian language teachers

A major trade agreement signed between Japan and India last month is likely to make it easier for English language teachers from India to work in Japan, the Guardian reports.

British universities will lose $1.6bn from student visa cut think tank warns

The UK’s Higher Education Policy Institute, an independent think tank, has joined a chorus of protest at government proposals to tackle illegal immigration by restricting student visas, the Guardian reports today.

Government appears to be listening to education sector on student visa reforms

Education and overseas student campaigners have taken heart from signs the government may water down its new proposed student visa regime, reports today.

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