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UKBAUnited Kingdom Border Agency
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UKBAUnited Kingdom Business Advisors
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The UKBA introduced new guidance on pregnancy and dispersal in 2012 in response to concerns about the impact of dispersal on pregnant women.
Mark Harper, the immigration minister, said: "The UKBA was a troubled organisation for many years, which is why the Home Secretary took the decision to split the agency.
May's move followed a damning Commons report attacking the spiralling backlog of asylum and immigration cases on UKBA books.
Last year the Home Secretary hived off the UK Border Force, which is responsible for frontline controls at air, sea and rail ports, from the wider UKBA.
The British taxpayer must be assured that there are no similar live cases, or be advised of the action the UKBA is taking against the individuals involved.
If either a student or a university does not comply with UKBA requirements then that student and university is at risk of severe sanctions.
Keith Vaz said: "There are now about the same number of cases awaiting resolution by UKBA as there are people living in Iceland.
It comes as the UKBA stages a string of raids to catch illegal workers after acting on tip-offs from the public.
The university's highly trusted status (HTS) for sponsoring international students was suspended while the UKBA examined alleged failings.
Incredibly, the unsophisticated con was not spotted by UKBA which had carried out virtually no in-depth checks into Arwo's background or the running of the company.