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Under the Conservative government, tough immigration changes will take effect from this Autumn as well as in April 2016. Here are how the changes could affect you: Services Immigration status can now impact certain aspects of your daily  life with your passport being checked more often. For example, civil penalties could be given to employers if they do […]

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New rightwing government confirms ‘checks in the border areas’ to combat illegal immigration and smuggling, that will not violate free travel agreement.   Denmark plans to reimpose border controls while sticking to the rules of the EU’s open-border Schengen agreement, the country’s new foreign minister told his German counterpart on Tuesday. “We will suggest something […]

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Kenyan accountants will access jobs in the United Kingdom without having to undergo further training under a deal signed last week by professional bodies of the two countries to ease labour exchange. The pact signed between Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) will […]

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Economic migrants rescued from the Mediterranean while trying to reach Europe should be returned home, Home Secretary Theresa May has suggested. Writing in the Times, she said offering everyone resettlement regardless of circumstances would only encourage more to make “these perilous journeys”. She said this was why the UK was not backing a planned quota […]

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The Lithuanian Centre for Human Rights posted a video of an unusual social experiment. Lithuanians responding to a casting call for an advertisement found themselves in a “waiting room” with a black actor pretending to be a recent immigrant to Lithuania. The actor then requests help translating what someone wrote to him on Facebook, but […]

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