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Weekly UK Immigration News Round up 31 October 2010 | Immigration Matters

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Yes, there are many types of student visas so beware when changing college

Probably the most common questions in my mailbox relate to student visas. Students, employers and even the occasional UK Border Agency officer are confused by the raft of immigration rule changes over the last few years.

Tier 1 Highly skilled migrants should do highly skilled jobs says Immigration Minister

The UK Border Agency has published a study this week examining the jobs being done by highly skilled migrants who are in the UK under Tier 1 of the points-based system.

Lawyer jailed in bogus college immigration scam

A former barrister was jailed this week for 8.5 years for his role in a massive immigration scam involving a private college that netted millions of pounds, the UK Border Agency revealed.

Canada – human smuggling threatens immigration system

Canada has one of the most open door policies for legal migration in the world and needs skilled workers to support its growing economy.

Hollywood Actor Randy Quaid seeks asylum in Canada

Hollywood Actor Randy Quaid seeks asylum in Canada. No, this is not the plot of his latest movie – you couldn’t make this one up!

Innovation in Canada linked to immigration

The report found that 35 per cent of Canada Research Chairs are foreign-born, even though immigrants make up just one-fifth of the Canadian population.

Multi Cultural Society a failure says German Chancellor

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has admitted that her country’s attempts to build a multi-cultural society have “utterly failed”.

Career Guide Job Fair gives hope to Filipinos seeking work abroad

Millions of people in developing nations are seeking opportunities to live, work or study abroad in order to improve their prospects. Even in fast growing economies, such as China, India and The Philippines, demand for work or study programmes outstrips supply.

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Canada has one of the most open door policies for legal migration in the world and needs skilled workers to support its growing economy.

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