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More interviews for foreign students

More interviews for foreign students
Theresa May has set out new rules for student visas, with more oversees applicants having to attend an interview.

The Home Secretary said in a speech today that the Government was "cutting out abuse and stopping the student visa system being used as an easy route to working in Britain".

The Government will increase the number of interviews to "considerable more" than 100,00 from next year, starting with the route to Britain that is most widely abused.

She said the Government was clear student visas are not a "backdoor route" into find work in Britain.
br />Shadow Immigration Minister Chris Bryant welcomed the move, but said cuts had "hamstrung" the border service.

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