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Non-EU foreigners and immigrants to the UK would be charged for using NHS Services December 07, 2015
Non-EU foreigners and immigrants to the UK would be charged for using NHS Services

The migrants and the non-EU foreigners would now be charged for using the services of NHS, the services also includes the A&E care and the GP services, under the latest plans that has been drawn up by the UK government.Under the new plans, the patients from non EU countries will now be charged for the non urgent an...

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Increase in overseas students amid accusations in the UK December 03, 2015
Increase in overseas students amid accusations in the UK

Universities in the UK are recruiting an elevated number of foreign students for boosting their treasury amid the accusations that these universities just view them as the cash cows.The latest statistics by the Universities UK had revealed that the amount of students who are visiting the UK from non EU countries has ...

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Row over issue of adding foreign students in net migration numbers in the UK Cabinet December 03, 2015
Row over issue of adding foreign students in net migration numbers in the UK Cabinet

New clashes has been emerged in the UK Cabinet over the issue of immigration with the Home Secretary Theresa May’s important ally had claimed that apart from the Home Office, the rest of the UK government has given up try to deal with the increasing net migration.The claim came after George Osborne’s remark that he...

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Osborne pointed out that students might be removed from the migrant numbers December 02, 2015
Osborne pointed out that students might be removed from the migrant numbers

Overseas students can be removed from the official migration numbers; this was indicated by George Osborne. He also indicates that in the move that will witness the fall in the migrant numbers in the UK but can lead to the allegations that the UK government is trying to massage data.In an attack on the policy briefin...

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Foreign students require more assistance for doing work in Scotland December 02, 2015
Foreign students require more assistance for doing work in Scotland

Foreign students in the Granite City and all around the Scotland require more assistance to reside and work in the UK. This was the inquiry which was heard yesterday.The Committee for the Scottish Affairs had visited the Aberdeen University after the launch of the review into post-study work schemes.The post study work...

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Immigration crackdown could make it tougher to hire skilled staff says CBI December 01, 2015
Crackdown on immigration could make it tougher to hire skilled staff says CBI

The business leaders have gave a warning that the crackdown on the immigration as part of the changes to the UK’s relationship with the EU would make it even tougher to hire the skilled staff in Yorkshire.The Confederation of British Industry (CBI), which hosted the EU debate for the members in the Leeds said tha...

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Millions of British citizens could face passport woes over traveling to the US December 01, 2015
Millions of British citizens could face passport woes over traveling to the US

Millions of citizens from the UK can be banned from travelling to the US unless they had purchased a new passport, following the latest security moves by the US.The White House had announced that they have been working with the US Congress on protecting the latest right to require the travelers under visa waiver progra...

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Cut the taxes and boost the immigration to grow the UK economy urges the new CBI chief November 30, 2015
Cut the taxes and boost the immigration to grow the UK economy urges the new CBI chief

According to Carolyn Fairbairn, the new chief of Confederation of British Industry (CBI), UK’s mid-sized companies required less, stable taxes and better access to the overseas workers with skills if they want to grow faster and boost the economy of the country.She also said that, increasing the immigration rate and ...

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