May firm on student visas

October 2015
Eastern Eye;10/9/2015, Issue 1323, p7
The article presents the views of Theresa May, Great Britain's home secretary, on the enforcement of the laws of student visa claiming that the students should return to their home as soon as their visa expires except those who get a job, and discusses the reintroduction of post-study work visa.


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