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9 August 2011: UKBA says its buildings are open and unaffected by civil unrest in London
4 August 2011: Video footage of the recent lecture by Professor James C. Hathaway on the 60th Anniversary of the Refugee Convention
1 August 2011: The Home Affairs Committee says in a new report that it has real concerns about the implications of Turkish accession to the EU for the security of the EU external border
28 July 2011: The Home Office has confirmed further details of the overall arrangements for inspection of Tier 4 sponsors
26 July 2011: The Home Affairs Select Committee releases a report warning new student visa rules could damage the UK economy
22 July 2011: LSC says urgent files are being transfered from the collapsed Immigration Advisory Service  
20 July 2011: The Home Office says a special visa scheme for 1,000 exceptionally talented migrants will launch next month
18 July 2011: The Home Office announces changes to Tier 1 (Post-study work) of the points-based system
18 July 2011: The Telegraph says ministers plan to close immigration "loophole"
15 July 2011: The Chief Inspector of the Border Agency issues a report on UKBA's use of country of origin information and says a "consistent approach " is needed
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Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals, 2015 Edition
The current electronic version of the BPG by Mark Henderson and Alison Pickup freely available on EIN

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