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A further 5,000 jobs are set to be axed at the UK Border Agency over the next four years, its chief executive said today.
Immigrants and asylum seekers will have to pay for appeals against decisions made over their cases, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has said.
Britain’s leading genetics laboratory will struggle to pursue cutting edge research due to a brain drain caused by the Government’s immigration cap, its director has warned. Continue reading
Tens of thousands of children living in Eastern Europe will continue to receive child benefit despite the payment being stripped from middle-class families in this country.
The government will ensure that the UK maximises the benefits of immigration, Immigration Minister Damian Green has said.
The UK Border Agency has now issued more than 100,000 identity cards for foreign nationals, mostly to those extending as students or spouses – and regulations laid this week will, if approved, accelerate the roll-out of the scheme.
A raft of new government measures will ensure that resident workers can have every opportunity to fill vacancies before they are offered to workers abroad, the Home Secretary announced today.Following careful consideration, the government has accepted the recommendations made last … Continue reading
Plans requiring would-be-citizens to earn enough points to stay permanently in the United Kingdom were revealed by the Government today.
The UK Government today announced the go-live date for the student tier of its new points-based system for migration.
Measures to raise the bar for foreign workers wishing to enter the United Kingdom, and to give domestic workers a greater chance of applying first for United Kingdom jobs, have been unveiled by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.