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  1. #601

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    12 September 2018 – Read the reviews about our assistance to immigrants and their families like yours :-)


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    >>> Migration Advisory Committee recommends changes to the Tier 4 Student visa rules


    The MAC’s recommendations are as follows:


    1. To retain no cap on the numbers of international students.

    2. Government and the sector should continue to work together to grow the number of international students.

    3. International students should not be removed from the net migration statistics.

    4. Rules of work while studying and dependant rights should remain unchanged.

    5. Widening of the window in which applications for switches from Tier 4 to Tier 2 can be made.

    6. Post-study leave period extended to six months for Master’s students, though with a more thorough review of whether this is appropriate.

    7. The 12 months leave to remain after PhD completion be incorporated into the original visa duration, subject to meeting progress requirements and course completion, for eligibility to remain in the UK after course end date. This would replace the existing Doctoral Extension scheme that allows the same rights but has to be applied for with associated visa costs.

    8. Previous Tier 4 students, who passed their Level 6 (or above) qualification in the UK, should be entitled to a two-year period from course completion during which they can apply out-of-country for a Tier 2 visa, under the same rules as current in-country Tier 4 to Tier 2 switches.
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  2. #602

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    13 September 2018 – Read the reviews about our assistance to immigrants and their families like yours :-)

    And as usual, the useful and just interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre - www.legalcentre.org – Mob : +44(0)7791145923

    >>> UKVI guidance update: updated guidance on form AN (applying for British citizenship by naturalisation): https://www.gov.uk/government/public...tent=immediate

    UKVI has published an updated version of 'Naturalisation as a British citizen - a guide for applicants (guide AN)'.

    >>> UK visa requirements - list for carriers : https://www.gov.uk/government/public...tent=immediate

    Information for international carriers about visa requirements for passengers travelling to the UK.

    >>> The Republic of Ireland announced plans for a new “regularisation scheme” to allow certain undocumented migrants to remain in the country legally: https://www.mrci.ie/2018scheme/

    On 4 September the Republic of Ireland announced plans for a new “regularisation scheme” to allow certain undocumented migrants to remain in the country legally. The amnesty will be open to anyone who came to Ireland as an international student between January 2005 and December 2010 and is now undocumented.
    Although few details have been released, the announcement was welcomed by rights groups, including the Migrant Rights Centre Ireland. The charity has been campaigning for years for regularisation schemes for the approximately 26,000 adults and children who work, study, live and love in Ireland without papers.

    >>> UKVI Guidance: guidance document to form ROA updated : https://www.gov.uk/government/public...right-of-abode

    The guidance document to form ROA by which an applicant can apply for a certificate of entitlement proving they have the right to live and work in the UK as been updated.
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  3. #603

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    14 September 2018 – Read the reviews about our assistance to immigrants and their families like yours :-)

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    >>> UK Government information update: updated information on the rights and status of UK nationals living and travelling in the European Union (EU) if there is no Brexit deal

    The Government have published guidance on how to prepare for Brexit if there's no deal. This has today been updated with further technical notices. The updates elevant to ILPA Members are as follows:

    1. Erasmus+ in the UK if there’s no Brexit deal: https://www.gov.uk/government/public...no-brexit-deal

    2. Travelling within the Common Travel Area and the associated rights of British and Irish citizens if there is no Brexit deal: https://www.gov.uk/government/public...no-brexit-deal

    3. Travelling to the EU with a UK passport if there’s no Brexit deal: https://www.gov.uk/government/public...no-brexit-deal
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  4. #604

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    17 September 2018 – Read the reviews about our assistance to immigrants and their families like yours :-)

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    >>> The Immigration and Nationality fees table for all applications made from outside and within the UK has been updated with effect from 8 October 2018: https://www.gov.uk/government/public...tent=immediate

    The good news is that there is NO change in the UK BA fees !


    >>> The guidance on applying for a UK visa from Australia has been updated throughout: https://www.gov.uk/government/public...a-in-australia

    >>> The guidance on applying for a UK visa from New Zealand has been updated throughout: https://www.gov.uk/government/public...in-new-zealand

    >>> Court of Justice upholds UK approach to Worker Registration Scheme for EU nationals: http://curia.europa.eu/juris/documen...t=1&cid=714440

    Last week the Court of Justice of the European Union upheld the UK’s approach to the Worker Registration Scheme in force between 2004 and 2011 for citizens of new EU countries. The case is C-618/16 Prefeta v UK. The judgment in effect endorses the Home Office view that time spent working in breach of the registration scheme will not count towards permanent residence.
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  5. #605

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    18 September 2018 – Read the reviews about our assistance to immigrants and their families like yours :-)

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    >>> Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report: EEA migration: https://www.gov.uk/government/public...-eea-migration

    MAC report on the impact of EEA migration in the UK.
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  6. #606

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    19 September 2018 – Read the reviews about our assistance to immigrants and their families like yours :-)

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    >>> Migration Advisory Committee: scrap the cap on Tier 2 work visas after Brexit: https://www.gov.uk/government/public...-eea-migration

    The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has published its long-awaited research into migration from the EU and how it should be managed after Brexit. The report will disappoint advocates of a fairly liberal regime, recommending as it does that if there is no specific agreement with the EU on migration, there need be no preferential treatment of EU workers over non-EU workers in future. But that does mean that the overall work visa regime would have to be loosened a bit: by abolishing the cap on Tier 2 visas, for example, as well as the requirement to advertise jobs to British citizens before recruiting from abroad. It also takes aim at the bureaucracy of the Points Based System.

    If the government does not offer concessions for EU workers as part of the Brexit negotiations and implements the MAC’s recommendations for work migration post-Brexit in 2021, employers will face a number of new, potentially significant, administrative hurdles.

    • EU workers who come to the UK once the new immigration system is in force (those in the UK would already have, or be able to apply for, temporary or indefinite leave to remain under the EU Settlement Scheme) will be subject to immigration control. They will require permission to work in the UK, in the same way as their non-EU counterparts currently do. This therefore means that the risk of civil penalties faced by employers will increase significantly overnight. To counter the increased risk, employers will need to ensure that EU nationals, along with their non-EU counterparts, have leave to enter or remain that allows them to work and they will need to also keep a record of visa expiry dates and copies of right to work checks they have performed. This is likely to significantly increase the administrative burden on vast numbers of employers.

    • The MAC has also recommended a widening of Tier 2 to include roles at RQF level 3, as opposed to the current RQF level 6 (roughly degree level). This significant widening of the route — the MAC says 142 occupations would become eligible for sponsorship — to include medium skill level roles, combined with the requirement for EU nationals to be sponsored (unless they hold leave in another capacity), will require significant numbers of UK employers to enter the sponsor licence system that have not had to do so before. The MAC has recommended that that system is tweaked but it is unlikely in my view that any such tweaks would significantly reduce the administrative burden on organisations holding a sponsor licence.

    These two proposals alone, if implement, are likely to have a significant effect on UK employers that do not currently engage with the immigration system.

    The bottom line for EU national is simple as ever – get the Permanent Residence status now and apply to become British to once and forever sour out their immigration issues and, out it simple, forget about the UK BA and the immigration and just live their lives as normal people. The Legal Centre has helped tens of thousands of clients to-date, so we can help you. The help is one click away: www.legalcentre.org
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  7. #607

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    21 September 2018 – Read the reviews about our assistance to immigrants and their families like yours :-)

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    >>> Illegal working civil penalties: an employer's guide : https://www.gov.uk/government/public...tent=immediate

    A guide to the civil penalty scheme for employers who give a job to an illegal worker.
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  8. #608

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    24 September 2018 – Read the reviews about our assistance to immigrants and their families like yours :-)

    And as usual, the useful and just interesting UK & EEA Immigration Law news and updates from the Legal Centre - www.legalcentre.org – Mob : +44(0)7791145923

    >>> The UK Government can and does exercise far greater control over immigration than is commonly perceived: http://www.smf.co.uk/publications/ta...46691894531250

    All the evidence actually points to the fact that overall the UK exercises extremely effective control over immigration.

    Now talk about the Brexit lies on "immigration being out of control"...
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