Following the general election on 6 may 2010, the UK Border Agency website has undergone some changes.
Changes to Tiers 1 and 2 of the points-based system came into effect yesterday.
Changes to the Immigration Rules came into force yesterday, affecting migrant students and the educational providers that sponsor them under Tier 4 of the points-based system.
New regulations have changed the requirement for migrants to have a knowledge of language and life in the UK when they apply for naturalisation as a British citizen.
The UK Border Agency has made important changes to the ESOL provisions within the 'knowledge of language and life' requirement for people seeking settlement in the UK.
The Immigration Rules relating to marriage visas are changing for serving members of the armed forces.
On Tuesday 6 April the UK Border Agency is launching a new service for customers applying to extend their permission to stay in the UK.
If you have been given refugee status or humanitarian protection in the UK, and your initial permission to stay here will expire before the new system of 'earned citizenship' comes into force (scheduled for July 2011), you will be able to apply for settlement and British citizenship under the current rules.
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