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Home Office Tackling Student Visa Abuse

From November, tougher rules will be imposed on universities and colleges who sponsor international students to study in the UK. Currently, educational institutions can enjoy Highly Trusted Sponsor status if the Home Office re...

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An illiterate Yemeni national in respect of her appeal against the Entry Clearance Officer's decision to refuse her entry clearance to join her British citizen spouse in the UK on the bas...

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Home Office Tackling Student Visa Abuse

29th Jul 2014

From November, tougher rules will be imposed on universities and colleges who sponsor international students to study in the UK. Currently, educational institutions can enjoy Highly Trusted Sponso...

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New Policy From UK Visas And Immigration For Children Under 5 Years Old

29th Jul 2014

Effectively from 7 July 2014, all applicants, including children under 5 years old, who booked appointments (other than those exempt) must attend in person. Applicants under the age of five are n...

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Home Office Wins Judgment On Minimum Income Threshold - 11 July 2014

11th Jul 2014
The minimum income threshold for British citizens to sponsor a non-EEA spouse or partner or child to come and live in the UK was introduced in July 2012. The minimum income threshold was set, f... More...

Changes To The Immigration Rules - 10 July 2014

10th Jul 2014
The Home Office places new restrictions on the entrepreneur visa route. Students will only be able to switch using funds from a government-approved source, and post-study workers will need addi... More...

Parts of Immigration Act 2014 Now In Force

10th Jul 2014
New measures Key measures from the Immigration Act 2014 which are now in force include: Introducing enhanced duties for registrars to report suspected sham marriages and civil partnerships; ... More...