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Weekly UK Immigration News Round up 23 January 2011 | Immigration Matters

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How to Obtain a Student Visa to Study in the UK

The recent Tier 4 Student Visa immigration policies instituted by the British government were primarily designed to streamline the entry clearance process for foreign nationals wishing to study in the United Kingdom.

Brothel owning pimp to be deported back to China

A pimp who ran a brothel above an Essex takeaway has been jailed and faces deportation, the Essex Echo reports.

Equality Act – what does it mean in practice?

The Equlity Act has been presented as a ‘tidying up exercise’, consolidating nine separate pieces of legislation and making it easier to understand. However, there are a number of significant changes that have a real impact on employers and employees.

Reduce women overseas workers to avoid abuse, says POEA

GMA News in Manila reports that as a segment of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) more prone to abuse and maltreatment, women should be restricted to work as domestic helpers and factory workers abroad, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) said Wednesday.

Scottish Universities fears over tough new Tier 4 visa rules

Herald Scotland reports that Scotland will have one of the most restrictive visa regimes in the world for overseas students under Westminster Government plans to crack down on immigration, universities have warned.

New Countries Eligible to Participate in H-2A and H-2B Programs announced by USCIS

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced this month that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in consultation with the Department of State, has identified 53 countries whose nationals are eligible to participate in the H-2A and H-2B programs for the coming year.

UK Minister Vince Cable says skilled Indian workers and students are welcome

Whilst this article and Vince Cable’s apparent assurance may bring welcome relief to migrants, his own coalition government’s policies, like their plans to abolish the Tier 1 Post Study Work Visa, do not mirror his views and appear to conflict with his earlier statements.


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