Tier 4 and Highly Trusted Status
ISC met with James Brokenshire MP, Secretary of State for Immigration, to discuss the sector's concerns over Tier 4 and Highly Trusted Status.
It is clear that it is not the Home Office's intention to target our sector and he recognises that our sector is low risk and issues a low number of CASs. The minister is keen to introduce a risk-based approach and agreed that should issues arise, and provided that the schools has taken reasonable steps to prevent repetition, it is likely that a licence is unlikely to be revoked.
Amendments to the guidance is expected in January 2015.
Tier 4 - update October 2017
MAC call for evidence on international studentsRead More
Tier 4 - update September 2017
MAC review into EEA-workers in the UK labour market and MAC review into international studentsRead More
Tier 4 - update July 2017
UKVI published revised guidance for sponsors and pupils.Read More
Tier 4 - update May 2017
Exporting Education UK (ExEdUK)Read More
Tier 4 - update April 2017
Reminder about single issue CASRead More
Tier 4 of the Points Based System – Policy Guidance
Home Office guidance to be used for all Tier 4 applications made on or after 29 June 2017Download
Tier 4 of the Points Based System: Guidance for Sponsors
Home Office guidance to be used from 6 April 2017Download