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  Recent changes made at Tier 4 Student Visa Applicants
2010 Feb 22
 
  Note:Will be updated time to time if any further modifications or updates done for the same.

A good standard of English (equivalent of holding just below a GCSE in a foreign language) will be needed to come to the UK and study to improve English language competency further;
A good standard of English (again equivalent of holding just below a GCSE in a foreign language) will need to be demonstrated in order to study any other course below degree level;
Restricting the lowest-level courses (A levels and equivalent) to only the most trusted institutions; [Universities/Colleges in REGISTER OF SPONSORS (Tier 4 General) latest list courses only available.] Please find the enclosed Register of Sponsor list).
A student studying below first degree level or on a foundation degree course will be able to work, to just 10 hours during term time.
A ban on bringing in dependants for anyone studying a course for less than six months; and
A ban on dependants of anyone studying a course lower than foundation or undergraduate degree level from working - they will face removal from the UK if found doing so.


Other Important updates:

1.Changes to student visa applications from next month: From 22 February 2010 all students who apply to study in the UK under Tier 4 of the points-based system must possess a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from their sponsor. You will not be able to apply under Tier 4 using a visa letter from that date, even if the visa letter was issued before 22 February 2010. Until 21 February 2010, you can continue to apply under Tier 4 using a visa letter, even if your course of study will start after 22 February 2010.

From 22 February 2010, any student who applies by post or at one of our public enquiry offices, to study in the UK under Tier 4 of the points-based system must possess a confirmation of acceptance for studies (CAS) from their prospective sponsor.

You will not be able to apply under Tier 4 using a visa letter from that date, even if the visa letter was issued before 22 February 2010.

Until 21 February 2010, you can continue to apply under Tier 4 using a visa letter, even if your course of study will start after 22 February 2010.

2. Visa application fees for 2010-11: The new fees will come into effect on 6 April.The visa application fees are shown in pounds sterling but are paid for in local currency.

Tier 4 : Proposed Fees for 10/11- £199 - (In Indian Rupees: 15,920 /-)

 
 
 
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