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Guidance: Appeals against conviction and sentence

UK Visas and Immigration guidance on foreign criminal appeals against a conviction and/or a sentence while the Home Office is taking deportation action.

 
Open consultation: Reforming support for failed asylum seekers and other illegal migrants

We are seeking your views on proposed changes to the support provided to failed asylum seekers and other illegal migrants. At the end of the consultation document we have provided a template with particular issues on which we would welcome your views.

The impact assessment - Reforming support for failed asylum seekers and other illegal migrants - sets out our assessment of the changes proposed in the consultation document.

 
Impact assessment: Reforming support for failed asylum seekers and other illegal migrants: impact assessment

This document sets out our assessment of the impacts of the changes proposed in the consultation document – Reforming support for failed asylum seekers and other illegal migrants. Comments are invited on this assessment.

 
Guidance: Cases in detention: interim instruction

UK Visas and Immigration asylum process guidance about cases in detention who have claimed asylum, and for entering cases who have claimed asylum into detention.

 
Policy paper: Home Office response to the report on monitoring Tier 4 sponsor licences

Home Office response to the Independent Chief Inspector’s report highlighting UK Visas and Immigration’s achievements and recommendations for improvement.

 
Policy paper: Home Office response to the report on family visitor visa applications

Home Office response to the Independent Chief Inspector’s report on the ‘Inspection of family visitor visa applications’ including achievements and recommendations for improvement.

 
Policy paper: Immigration Rules archive: 23 April to 14 July 2015

This version of the Immigration Rules has been replaced by the current Immigration Rules.

 
News story: Tier 4 visas: Immigration Rules changes

Updated: Added translation

The government announced changes to the Immigration Rules on 13 July. Many of these affect Tier 4 of the points-based system.

The main changes will:

  • stop new students at publicly funded colleges from working, bringing them in line with those at private colleges (from August)

  • allow university students to study a new course at the same level but only where there’s a link to their previous course or the university confirms that this supports their career aspirations. There will be credibility interviews and sanctions against universities who abu...

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