April 2009 Emigrate News Archive

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More Skilled Jobs For Emigration Cut

Posted on April 30, 2009 in General Emigration News UK US
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More Skilled Jobs For Emigration Cut
More skilled jobs for emigration have been cut. Now construction and social worker jobs have been removed from the official shortage list in the UK. However, top contemporary dancers have been added. Exerts say that the the number of skilled jobs for emigrants coming to the UK will be cut by almost 300,000. This is due to the ever rising...

Identity Cards May Be Getting The Boot

Posted on April 29, 2009 in General Emigration News US
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Identity Cards May Be Getting The Boot
The Senior Cabinet Minister is holding private meetings as they discuss the possibility of scraping the Governments £5 billion identity card program. The idea behind cutting this program is to help cut out some public spending. The minister is certain that some sacrifices will have to be made in order to reduce the ever growing mountain...

Failed Asylum Seeking Children Should Not Be Detained

Failed Asylum Seeking Children Should Not Be Detained
According to the Children's Commissioner for England, Sir Al Aynesley Green, failed asylum seeking children should not be detained as they await deportation. The Children's Commissioner has called for an end of the harsh practice of arresting children and holding them in one of the emigrations centers around the UK. Almost 2,000 children...

Illegal Emigrant Jumps Aboard Eurostar

Illegal Emigrant Jumps Aboard Eurostar
www.eurostar.com An illegal emigrant, in a very desperate attempt to find a way into Britain, jumped aboard the roof of a moving Eurostar train. It is said that the man jumped aboard the Eurostar train when it slowed down to make its entrance to a Channel Tunnel. Experts say that the illegal emigrant held onto the top of the train for...

Calais Emigration Camp to be Shut Down

Calais Emigration Camp to be Shut Down
Calais, which is a squatter camp that has the nickname "the jungle", has now been promised to be shut down by the French government. This is an area where hundreds of emigrations from all over the world live in makeshift shacks. It is here where they wait to try and cross the Channel into Britain. The French government has been struggling...

Home Office to Meet with Family Up for Deportation

Home Office to Meet with Family Up for Deportation
www.homeoffice.gov.uk The Home Office will be meeting with a family that is now looking to be removed from the UK. After living in the UK for almost nine years, this family is up to be removed, because their bank account fell below the £800 that is required for emigrants. The family will be meeting with the Home Office to try to fight...

Home Office Failing to Keep Asylum Seekers Out

Home Office Failing to Keep Asylum Seekers Out
www.homeoffice.gov.uk Asylum seekers who came to the UK in order to escape their own countries are now winning the right to stay. The court is saying this is because of a "shambolic" failing on the new emigration hearing system. Almost hundreds of appeals are now going through without any kind of representative from the Home Office. The...

UK Illegal Emigrants and Amnesty

Posted on April 17, 2009 in General Emigration News UK Legal US
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UK Illegal Emigrants and Amnesty
Right now, a big question in the UK is whether to allow amnesty for illegal emigrants that are living in the UK. Many experts have pointed out that there are pros and cons on both sides of the court. First of all, with more than 700,000 illegal emigrants living in the UK, it would cost a lot of money to deport them. It is said that it...

New Student Emigration Rules Boycotted

New Student Emigration Rules Boycotted
Many groups of academics are now threatening to boycott the UK government's new point based emigration rules for overseas students. They go on to say that ordering them to monitor international students' movements is unnecessary and discriminatory. The group of 35 different educational institutions say that they are involved in researching...

Britons Competing With Emigrants For Unskilled Jobs

Britons Competing With Emigrants For Unskilled Jobs
Due to the recent recession, jobs have been in short supply. This is not just a problem for emigrants, but for Briton white collar workers as well. The recession has caused many office working Britons to have to fight with emigrants for jobs picking fruit on farms. A very large number of the white collar Britons have been forced to find...

UK Border Agency Deports Pakistani Emigrant

UK Border Agency Deports Pakistani Emigrant
www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk After setting up Operation Pathway, investigators were not able to press any charges on 12 men that were suspected of plotting terrorists attacks in the UK. One of the 12 men that was suspected was an 18 year old student who has now been freed. At the same time, one of the fathers of the detainees reported that...

New Emigration Rules Cause British Shearer Shortage

New Emigration Rules Cause British Shearer Shortage
The new point based emigration system that has now been put into affect has made it very hard for New Zealanders and Australians to get work in the UK. This is causing a shortage of sheep shearers. Almost 500 professionals use to make the annual trip to Britain to help trim and fleece the 25 million sheep that are located in this area....

Point Based System Costs British Taxpayers Millions

Point Based System Costs British Taxpayers Millions
Due to a government emigration mess up, British taxpayers are going to be forced to fix it with millions of pounds of compensation. Most of this will go to a large group of Indian emigrants who have been placed at a disadvantage. This has all been brought on by the new point based system for emigration. Almost 10,000 emigrants are set to...

Eastern European Work Restrictions Will Not Be Removed

Eastern European Work Restrictions Will Not Be Removed
The strict working restrictions that have been put in place for Eastern Europeans will not be removed. This news came today in a Government announcement. This Worker Registration Scheme allows the Government to monitor all work that A8 nationals do and where they do it in the country. These restrictions also mean that A8 nationals will not...

Great Car Hire Insurance at Great Prices

Great Car Hire Insurance at Great Prices
www.car-hire-insurance.co.uk Travelers rejoice, a new car hire insurance website has been launched called Car-hire-insurance.co.uk. This site aims to help people save money on all of their car hire insurance needs. The offer will be good...

Emigrant Brought to Justice After 11 Months

Emigrant Brought to Justice After 11 Months
Last May, police put out an arrest warrant for an emigrant worker who was seen slapping and head butting his girlfriend at a Yarmouth shop where the two were employed. Just past Friday, the emigrant worker was finally arrested after being seen at an airport in Essex about to fly back home to his country with his twin brother. When the police...

UK Border Agency Announces New Emigration Fees

UK Border Agency Announces New Emigration Fees
www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk The UK Border Agency has announced that a new emigration fee has been approved and will start to take place as of today, April 6. A number of emigration fees are already out that affect everyone who wishes to visit, live, or work in the UK. The new emigration fee, however, is based more towards students who...

UK Border Agency Targets Restaurants For Illegal Emigrants

UK Border Agency Targets Restaurants For Illegal Emigrants
www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk Two Winchester restaurants were targeted by the UK Border Agency to help crackdown on illegal emigrant workers. The Hampshire Chronicle also accompanied the team from the agency. This raid came after being tipped off by other businesses that the restaurants were employing people who were not entitled to work...

Polish Emigrants Who Left Britain Are Returning

Polish Emigrants Who Left Britain Are Returning
Thousands of Polish emigrants are on their way back to Britain after having already left once. These Polish emigrants are attempting to help their families dodge the recession that has now made is way to Poland. Over 200,000 Polish emigrants have been trying to make their way back to Britain. Just last year, nearly 450,000 Polish left...

UK Border Agency Turns Down Hundreds of Overseas Students

UK Border Agency Turns Down Hundreds of Overseas Students
www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk According to the UK Border Agency, it has turned down more than 460 students under the new emigration rules that have been put into affect. These new rules are intended to make sure that all students that are coming to the UK from other areas of the world are abiding by all the terms that have been set. Jacqui...