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Home Office tries to tackle eGates problem that makes short-term study illegal
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Home Office tries to tackle eGates problem that makes short-term study illegal

Since 20 May 2019, people from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and the USA have been able to enter the UK using ePassport gates (‘eGates’). British and EU citizens have been able to use eGates since 2008. ...

Nichola Carter

Nichola heads the immigration team at Carter Thomas (www.carterthomas.co.uk). A lawyer with 20 years' experience, she also sits on The Law Society’s Immigration Committee and supports the renowned EU Rights Clinic in Brussels. Nichola's main work relates to advising universities, schools and businesses on sponsor compliance and individuals seeking to invest, work or start a business in the UK. She regularly provides media comment including for the BBC and FT and is happy to be contacted for comment. Nichola tweets from @carternichola

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