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Weekly UK Immigration News Round up 30 January 2011 | Immigration Matters

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Tier 4 student visa cuts will damage UK Universities, Ministers warned

As the Government’s Student Immigration System consultation period draws to a close on Monday, more education leaders are warning that universities cannot afford to lose the fees of non-EU overseas students, the Guardian reports this week.

Immigration helps Canada’s population grow as job prospects improve

Canada is the largest country in the Western Hemisphere and second only to Russia is size. China, Brazil and the US have a similar land mass, but all have much larger populations. Unlike many countries in the west, Canada has plenty of room to grow and needs lots of skilled workers to migrate to Canada.

Edinburgh Students Union oppose UKBA’s student cull

Figures released by UCAS on 20 January showed that the rise in student numbers in 2010 was entirely made up of foreign students.

Thirteen immigration offenders seized in Wales raid

Thirteen immigration offenders have been caught following a series of raids across Wales by immigration officers, the UK Border Agency (UKBA) reports this week. But thousands of illegal immigrants get indefinite leave to remain under the little known ‘14 year rule’

Outgoing CBI boss attacks UK Government on immigration cap

Mr Lambert joins Government Minister Vince Cable, London Mayor Boris Johnson and a host of business leaders all warning against the damaging effects of a cap on immigration.

EU residency for sale at your nearest Latvian Estate Agency

Yes, you can now legally buy EU residency from Latvian Estate Agents!

Immigration cap on foreign staff will compromise patient care says NHS

Thousands of employers, for instance in the care sector which looks after the most vulnerable people in our society, are still being blocked from recruiting skilled migrants from outside the UK under the interim cap, even when the job is listed on the official shortage occupations list, such as Senior Care Workers.

There are just a few days left to take part in the Student Immigration System public consultation which will help shape the future of international student visa rules in the UK for the next few years.

If you want your voice to be heard log on now and take part.

You can respond online to the consultation at:

Immigration rules are changing all the time and whilst the above information will be correct at the time of going to press you should always check the UK Visas and UK Border Agency websites for updates.

Bison UK are offering a free initial immigration consultation for students – no appointment required. 

To benefit from this offer, email Evelie at Bison UK or call her on 0208 9051822 (overseas clients call +44 208 905 1822). Website:


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