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  • Changes to Indefinite Leave to Remain
    06 September 2009
    According to the recently published ‘New Path to Citizenship’, after July 2011 the current Indefinite Leave to Remain will be replaced by a ‘permanent residence’
  • Processing time for Tier 1 General
    27 August 2009
    The UK Border Agency has published updated timescales for processing of Tier 1 applications. From 24 August caseworkers are expected to process applications received on or before 6 August 2009.
  • Changes to the age limits for partners of Points Based System applicants
    21 August 2009
    On the 21 August 2009 the UK Border Agency published a revised guidance on the age requirements for husbands, wives and civil partners under the points-based system.
  • MAC report on Tier 2 and dependants
    19 August 2009
    The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has today published its report in response to the Home Secretary’s request to consider whether Tier 2 of the Points Based System (PBS) should be restricted to shortage occupations only.
  • Good news for students with International Baccalaureate
    19 August 2009
    The UK Border Agency have made urgent provision for students relying on an International Baccalaureate qualification to enable these students to apply under Tier 4 of the points-based system.
  • Changes to the Points-Based System
    07 August 2009
    The UK Border Agency has recently announced a number of changes to the Points-Based System and published revised guidance for employers and education providers sponsoring skilled migrant workers and students.
  • Policy for the return of COA application fees
    03 August 2009
    The UK Border Agency suspended the fee for applications to obtain a certificate of approval - a document that is required by many migrants who are subject to immigration control and who want to get married or register a civil partnership in the UK.
  • New path to citizenship
    31 July 2009
    The UK Border Agency has said there is no official guidance available as yet but few general points may be worth noting. The government’s intention is to introduce new path to citizenship no earlier than July 2010.
  • New BUNAC
    15 July 2009
    The new programme is known as the BUNAC Blue Card Internship Program UK and is a Government Authorised Exchange (GAE) supported by the Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS).
  • New AN form
    13 July 2009
    Please note there is a new AN form published on the UK Border Agency website (version February 2009) .This has been released today by the UK Border Agency but it has been backdated February 2009.

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