The UK Border agency has announced that the October limit for Tier 1 applications from abroad has already been reached.
Following the announcements unveiled today in the Comprehensive Spending Review, the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) has welcomed the Chancellor’s focus on skills and the education as a route towards economic growth.
Last week UK Border Agency officers seized approximately £27,000 in cash from a British man as he was leaving the country at London City Airport
An interesting viewpoint from Frederick Arceo, an OFW (Overseas Filipino Worker) working in Saudi Arabia.
A Saudi prince has been found guilty of murdering his servant at a hotel in central London, the BBC reports.
The federal government is aware of a second group of Sri Lankans preparing to embark for Canada, QMI Agency has learned.
The Government’s immigration cap is facing fresh pressure after evidence from one of its own business advisory committees shows the damage it is doing to UK businesses, the Telegraph reports. The evidence reveals that one leading City law firm has been set a cap that is lower than the number of people it needs to hire from outside Europe. The firm says that the employees from Japan and the US are vital if it is to maintain its global competitive edge.
The combination of an immigration cap, budget cuts and tuition fees rise will present a major challenge to the University sector. A large number of Universities are dependent on overseas students, which worth some £8 billion to the UK economy according to Home Office figures.
The UK Border Agency has announced that regulations have been laid before Parliament which will require more migrants to apply for biometric residence permits if they want to extend their stay in the UK.
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