If you are a foreign national studying in the United Kingdom, it is important for you to be aware of situations which can lead to your UK Visa being canceled. UK immigration law states that changes which occur during the time you are studying can have an impact on your UK Visa. In some instances, changes during your stay must be reported to the UK Border Agency, as well as the University where you are studying. If you are unfamiliar with UK immigration law, you may wish to contact an immigration lawyer.
If your personal information has changed, you have to make a report of the revisions. This includes name and address change, contact information, any changes to your family members’ details if they are staying in the UK and if they are dependents, and any criminal convictions.
Additionally, UK immigration law also requires you to report any changes regarding your studies, including changes concerning your major area of course work and the University. If you are taking a leave of absence, if your coursework has ended, if your program has been extended, or if you are failing or being terminated from the University, you must report these changes.
It is important to stay current regarding your UK Visa to avoid any legal entanglements. Failure to comply with UK immigration law can result in punishment, imprisonment, fines, denial of British citizenship, loss of employment opportunities, etc. If you find that you may be not be current with your UK Visa, it is strongly recommended that you obtain the services of an immigration lawyer.
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