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UK immigration abandons plan for visa security bonds

12:43 06/11/2013
The UK's Home Office has announced that it will not require visa applicants from six 'high risk countries' to pay security bonds when they apply for visas. A spokesman said ''The Government has been...

UK announces simplified visa process for Chinese applicants

17:10 24/10/2013
A senior minister in the UK government has announced measures to 'simplify' the procedure of applying for a UK visa for people from China. George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, was...

UK's chief immigration inspector says e-Borders has 'some way to go'

10:25 15/10/2013
On Wednesday 9th October 2013, the UK's chief inspector of immigration and borders, John Vine, issued a highly critical report about the UK's e-Borders programme. The report says that the programme...

UK government unveils new immigration bill

13:40 14/10/2013
The UK's Home Secretary, Theresa May has revealed details of the Coalition government's immigration bill which should be passed this autumn. Mrs May appeared on various television and news programmes...

UK's ambassador to Nigeria: no decision on security bonds

9:36 03/09/2013
The UK's ambassador to Nigeria, Dr Andrew Pocock, has told a Nigerian newspaper that the UK has yet to decide whether to introduce a system of security bonds which would be paid by some applicants...

UK immigration criticised for 'no hiding place' tweet

15:42 09/07/2013
The UK's Home Office has been criticised for a tweet that was posted on a social networking website. The Home Office Twitter feed featured a tweet which promised that 'there will be no hiding place...

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