Recent legislation has made it increasingly difficult for overseas students to live, work, and study in the UK. Due to the UK government’s current policies on immigration, thousands of overseas student applications are target for refusal by the Home Office. As it stands, the majority of initial applications for overseas students coming to the UK are provided by agents based in the student’s home country, many of who are unqualified immigration advisors. A recent change has meant that students whose applications are refused cannot appeal against this refusal. A large number of application refusals can have a damaging effect on the university’s license to sponsor non-EU students, which in turn could be detrimental to the university’s revenue.
New, incoming Home Office rules will also mean that private landlords and letting agents renting property to overseas nationals will need to make checks on this group of people, making renting for overseas students potentially problematic.
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