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New UK Immigration Rules: Will You Be Affected?

From April 2016, migrant workers will need to earn at least £35,000 to qualify for settlement in the UK. Will this affect your life in the country? Non-EU migrants who have spent more than five years working in the country will be required to earn £35,000 per year or else face deportation, according to a […]

Germany gave out fewer residency permits last year per head to non-EU citizens than any other major European economy. EU-wide, more than 2.3 million first residence permits were handed to non-EU citizens in 2013, statistics released on Wednesday by Eurostat showed. Of these, almost 200,000 were issued by Germany, putting it way behind leaders UK and […]

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Children born in Germany to foreign parents from outside the EU will for the first time be able to permanently hold dual citizenship, according to new rules agreed on Thursday. Children born to non-EU parents can now retain both German and their parents’ citizenship, a bill passed on Thursday has decided. The rule change applies […]

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Half of population lives in town/city with high immigration in past decade Ministers say ‘uncontrolled’ flow has caused problems for wider society There’s pressure on maternity services and high infectious disease rates Squeeze on school places and disproportionate levels of certain crimes Has also resulted in inflated rents and immigrants living in ‘beds in sheds’ The […]

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