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Have your BRP sent to Warwick

Please don't forget that if you are applying for your Tier 4 visa from overseas (which will be valid for longer than 6 months), we recommend that you request for your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) to be sent directly to the University of Warwick, rather than to a Post Office. Your CAS email will include details of how to do this by inserting an ACL code (Alternative Collection Location) onto your Tier 4 application form.

Mon 10 August 2015, 11:41 | Tags: Immigration Advice

Important Changes to the Immigration Rules from 13 July 2015

On 13 July 2015, the UK Home Office officially announced that it will be making a number of changes to the Immigration Rules related to Tier 4 visas from July, August and November 2015. Headlines include:

1) for University students, Tier 4 Student Work Rights (during and after studies) will not be affected;

2) from 14 July 2015, Tier 4 visa 'valid from' date will be either 1 month before the course start date, or, 7 days before their 'intended travel date', whichever is later;

3) from 3 August 2015: new definition for 'Academic Progression' and changes in the calculation of the 'study cap';

4) from 12 November 2015: change in Tier 4 dependents' work right; increase of maintenance requirement for Tier 4 visa application from £820/month to £1015/month; and the provision of 'established presence' being removed.

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Summer Newsletter

This term's newsletter has articles on ideas for what to do this summer, the student barometer survey, living off campus, exams, graduation, immigration, cooking, returning home, safety and coach trips. To have a read click here.

Changes to English Language

Updated 16 June 2015

Changes introduced by the Home Office from 6 April 2015 will affect which English Language tests will be accepted for UK visa applications.

Thu 26 March 2015, 10:29 | Tags: International All Immigration Advice

Easter newsletter

This newsletter contains articles about cooking, the Easter tea party, a coach trip, HOST, Dignity at Warwick, immigration, a training course, volunteering at Orientation, an expanded facility for informing the University of your address and a campaign to let more people know what it's like to be an International Student. Click here to have a read.

Immigration Health Charge

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

Mon 09 March 2015, 16:38 | Tags: All Immigration Advice

New visa service in China

Tier 4 (General) students, Tier 4 (Child) students and Tier 4 dependants in China can now apply under the faster priority visa service.

Fri 23 January 2015, 14:07 | Tags: China Immigration Advice Current student

Spring Newsletter

The newsletter contains articles about coach trips, Chinese New Year, cycling, Go Global ambassadors, HOST, immigration, One World Week, police registration, safety, study skills and training for Study Abroad students. Click here to have a read.

Autumn Newsletter 2014

This newsletter is for all internatoinal students at Warwick. For the latest immigration updates, University news, and exciting upcoming opportunities click here!

Thu 16 October 2014, 12:10 | Tags: Immigration Advice Welfare Advice Current student

Welcome Newsletter 2014

This newsletter gives information and opportunities for all new International Students. To have a read click here

Mon 15 September 2014, 12:38 | Tags: Immigration Advice Welfare Advice

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