Students contribute to the British economy, so capping the number of international students that will be allowed to study in England will directly affect econom
(PRWeb UK) November 11, 2010
Ash Shadat, legal Director of UK Visa & Immigration has spoke to the BBC about student visas and the effects a cap on immigration will have to foreign students.
Foreign students account for nearly a quarter of people that come to Britain from other countries. Ash Shadat spoke openly about how young people dream of gaining British qualifications but should not worry.
"The introduction to limit the number of foreign students is currently in discussion, but even if they impose a cap, it is likely it will fail.”
He continued to tell the BBC how important it is that we allow foreign students to enter Britain.
“Students contribute to the British economy, so capping the number of international students in the UK will directly affect economy: as is the case with work visas, the applications are put in a queue, meaning they will run a certain number of applications, and then temporarily stop until the next months window opens.”
UK Visa & Immigration are offering UK Student Visas for as little as £349.99, a 36% saving on the national average of £550. They will complete the whole application for you and submit it to the Home Office.
UK Visa & Immigration have a very high success rate in obtaining student visas. Ajaz Saddique, Manager for UK Visa & Immigration, says: “This is a fantastic offer that students should take advantage of. It is a brilliant opportunity if you would like to come to the UK to study or even if you would like to spend up to 12 months in the UK for research.”
It is being advised that students should apply as soon as possible for their student visa before a cap is put on the numbers and back logs start to build up.