A Practical Guide to Immigration Law Relating to Students – A Book Review
by Brian Risman, Publisher and Founder, The Law Journal UK
A Practical Guide to Immigration Law Relating to Students is a detailed, clear -- yet concise -- guide for foreign students academics and their potential sponsors applying for admission to the UK on an academic basis.
A Practical Guide to Immigration Law Relating to Students by Tsirlina is detailed guide that foreign students attempting to obtain access to the UK can use in understanding the bureaucracy and completing the forms related to gaining admission as a student to the UK. While not a law book per se, it is nonetheless an excellent guide for students to understand and deal with the myriad of forms and regulations that relate to their status. In many ways, this work is a step-by-step guide.
A Practical Guide to Immigration Law Relating to Students is a well-organised group of material that a reader with a particular interest can easily find and focus on to meet their goals. The book starts with a good background on the history and goals of the student immigration system, including the basic rules of sponsorship. That initial section helps users understand the recent trends and motivations of government. The book then becomes a series of Manuals. First, for International Students themselves; then for Sponsors including their potential legal remedies and legal representation; then for Academics, Researchers, and Parents. There is also an especially interesting section on Feedback by End Users of the Immigration System.
As can be seen from the grouping of manuals in this book, this work is highly detailed and of great value to any student, academic or sponsor seeking immigration approval from the UK authorities. It contains details on the regulations involved, as well as examples of the forms that need to be completed. Any user would find this work of tremendous value in navigating the rules of immigration and the forms involved.
This book is a valuable resource for those intending studying, teaching or sponsoring in the UK.
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