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UK Immigration Plans Mark Another Failure on the Path to Brexit
In yet another turn of event in a whirlwind of situations rocking the UK, the long-awaited immigration paper has been finally unveiled by the government. The Whitehall has been through a handful of tumultuous situations in recent weeks, including more cabinet splits, alleged sexist comment about Theresa May by Jeremy Corbyn as well as Conservative…

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UK Considers Ending Indefinite Immigration Detention
Caroline Nokes, UK’s immigration minister, has informed MPs she is seriously considering calls to nip indefinite immigration detention in the bud. The UK does not have a cap on its immigration detention and as a result a lot of cases involving detainees being held for months and even years. During her appearance before the joint…

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Home Office Wrongly Deported 300 Highly Skilled Migrants
Under an immigration rule employed to a great extent in tackling terrorist activities as well as issues considered as threats to national security, around 300 highly skilled migrants were wrongly forced to leave Britain by the Home Office according to figures released by the government. In 300 highly skilled migrants, 87 were lawyers, doctors, IT…

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UK to make changes to immigration laws
Academic staff visa for UK universities is expected to experience significant changes in the following months according to governmental plans. This will, in turn, elicit different reactions across UK universities including a possible sharp upsurge in academic staff visas applications. Some of the planned changes are increase to the Immigration Health Surcharge and extension of…

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