English Language Tests and UK Immigration Deportations

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Students who are considered as having intentionally cheated many years ago the passing of their TOEIC English language test, (now scrapped because of the scandal it created), or been a party to the non-disclosure of their tax affairs by producing fraudulent figures to the HMRC and Home Office, risk curtailment of the visas, denied settlement and removal from the UK on the grounds of bad character and conduct.

This article deals with (a), those who are alleged to have passed by deception their English language test called the TOEIC test, and (b) who have not come clean with their tax affairs, both for the purpose of gaining an immigration advantage, mostly settlement in the UK and some for the purpose of continuing with their studies or their leave to remain under the points-based system leading to settlement.

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