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New Immigration Rules For Applicants Seeking Settlement In The UK
The Government has announced that, from 2 April 2007, all adults applying for settlement in the UK (also known as "indefinite leave to remain" or "permanent residence") will need to pass a "Life in the UK" test or an English language course.
UK
6 Dec 2006
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New Immigration Rules For The Highly Skilled Migrant Programme
The Government recently announced a change in the Rules for the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP). The new HSMP rules were effective from yesterday.
UK
14 Nov 2006
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Proposed changes affecting domestic workers
Provisions for domestic workers have been excluded under proposed changes to the UK immigration system. If the new system comes into effect as presently set out, this will significantly affect the position of domestic workers currently in the UK and persons wishing to bring domestic workers with them to the UK in the future.
UK
6 Apr 2006
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Proposed new points based system for migration
On 7 March 2006 the Home Office published a paper on changes to the UK immigration system under the Government's five year plan that was announced in February 2005: "Controlling our borders: Making migration work for Britain, five year strategy for asylum and immigration".
UK
17 Mar 2006
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Home Office introduces "IRIS" technology
The UK Immigration Service has embraced the latest iris scanning technology to provide a faster, more convenient way to clear immigration in the 21st century.
UK
29 Jun 2005
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Tackling abuse, implementing change: new immigration Asylum, and Nationality Bill published
Measures to strengthen UK borders and to prevent illegal working are at the heart of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Bill introduced in the House of Commons on 22 June 2005.
UK
27 Jun 2005
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