Updated 19 March 2015
New regulations introduced with the Immigration Act 2014 will mean that some visa applications submitted after 6 April 2015 will be subject to an additional charge
Tier 4 (General) students, Tier 4 (Child) students and Tier 4 dependants in China can now apply under the faster priority visa service.
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West Midlands police registration - change of building
West Midlands Police have moved their Overseas Visitors Registration Office to a different building in Birmingham. They are now at:
Digbeth Police Station
For more information on police registration please see www.warwick.ac.uk/policeregistration
From 1 July 2014 the amount of money Tier 4 applicants and their Dependants need to evidence towards maintenance costs will increase.
- If you have not been asked to take a Secure English Language Test (SELT) as a condition of your offer of a place, you can ignore this message.
- If you have been asked to take a SELT as a condition of your offer and if you have not already taken and/or do not intend to take TOEFL, you can ignore this email. A full list of acceptable SELTS (such as IELTS, Pearsons, CPE) can be found via http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/apply/language/
Both EU and international students at Warwick are invited to let us know if they would be interested in taking part in a focus group which will take place in University House on the morning of Friday 13th June.
This will be a highly valuable opportunity for students to speak directly to the UKVI about their experiences and thoughts for improving this important and sometimes challenging part of the international student experience.
On 1 April 2014, Home Office UK Visas & Immigration launched a new International Enquiry Service for visa applications made outside of the UK.
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