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  • Tier 1 and Tier 2 - further cuts in number of migrants allowed to enter the UK
    24 November 2010
    Following the advice of the independent Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) published last week, the Secretary of State announced new measures to manage the numbers of people from outside of Europe who can come to the UK.
  • Increase in immigration fees and recent updates
    19 November 2010
    Following Parliamentary approval, on Monday 22 November the UK Border Agency will introduce new application fees for migrants applying to come to or extend their stay in the UK for work, study or other reasons.
  • The limit for Tier 1 (General) applications has been reached for November
    10 November 2010
    The UK Border Agency has confirmed that the Tier 1 (General) 600 monthly allocation for November has already been reached.
  • Redefined criteria for certificate of sponsorship- Tier 2 Scheme
    01 November 2010
    The UK Border Agency has today published refined criteria which will be applied to Tier 2 (General) sponsors' requests for additional certificates of sponsorship.
  • Tier 1 applicants should be in skilled jobs, says Immigration Minister
    29 October 2010
    During the week commencing 25 October 2010, the UK Border Agency expects to be considering applications that were received on or before 30 September 2010. This timescale is only a guideline, and some cases may take longer to consider.
  • Important Update for Tier 1 General applications inside and outside the UK
    22 October 2010
    Regulations have been laid before Parliament which will require even more migrants to apply for biometric residence permits if they want to extend their stay in the UK. The permits will replace the stickers (known as 'vignettes') which these migrants currently hold in their passports.
  • Immigration: UK Border Agency’s policy changes under scrutiny
    15 October 2010
    October 2010 has seen the UK Border Agency pushing forward its agenda while trying to fend off strong criticisms to its policy changes. Amongst the most important ones, a substantial increase in the fees structure which is to be implemented in two stages as well as a series of Statements of Changes.
  • UK visas: fees increase for immigration applications
    04 October 2010
    Following the UK Border Agency announcement on 9 September 2010 regarding the increase of immigration and nationality application fees for all those applying to visit, study, work or stay in the UK the first part of the increase was implemented on 1 October 2010.
  • Settlement in the UK: what? why? how?
    21 September 2010
    Settlement, permanent residence or indefinite leave to remain are interchangeably used to indicate the same immigration status, namely the absence of any immigration restrictions on a migrant’s ability to work, stay, live or marry in the UK.
  • Is the UK immigration policy changing?
    16 September 2010
    This month, the Con-Lib Coalition has announced its intention to set the pace for its own immigration policy by developing a framework which according to Immigration Minister Damian Green "will ensure that the UK maximizes the benefits of immigration".

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