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    Re: What happens if College looses sponsorship?

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    Re: What happens if College looses sponsorship?

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    Re: What happens if College looses sponsorship?

    Hi guys,

    I'm Daniel - author of the www.adviceforyou.org.uk/blog link that asghar shared with you.

    I'd just like to clarify a few points that budha posted, so you've got the full picture.

    Quote Originally Posted by budha
    If college lose sponsorship, they are given 28 days to rectify the cause of losing the sponsorhip and once it has been rectified, college should inform ukba. ukba can take some months to bring the college back to the sponsor list, they dont confirm how long it will take; could be 1 month or 2 or 6, maybe more.
    All colleges, big and small, are being inspected by the UKBA. The cause may be a random check / no previous inspection or the UKBA may have uncovered wrongdoing. In any case, an education provider is informed that they will be inspected and their name will be removed from the Tier 4 Sponsors Register. They aren't actually given time to rectify any problems before an inspection; that forms part of the solution - the Sponsorship Action Plan - that the UKBA will impose on the education provider. It can take anywhere from 3-6 weeks to several months as budha points out, for an inspection to be carried out and the findings reported. Obviously, the length of time taken will reflect the complexity and amount of wrongdoing in each situation (i.e. there might be a lot of evidence to collect, so the process will take much longer).

    Quote Originally Posted by budha

    Now while they are out of the lists, they cannot enrol international students i.e students will not be granted visa to study in this college. Also students whose visa is due to be expire will not be extended. Those students whose visa is due to be expired and their college is not in the list (anymore), they should change the college (following the same level of course) and inform ukba by emailing on migrantreporting@ukba.gsi.gov.uk.
    Whilst a sponsor is suspended from the Register they can only enrol new students from within the EU. However, students should not have their visa extension refused for not appearing on the Register. Whilst this has happened in some cases, the UKBA has clearly set out in the regulations that all visa extensions are to be put on hold whilst the suspension is resolved.

    You visa extension will only be refused if your education provider has their sponsor licence withdrawn permanently. In this case, your permission to enter the UK will be limited in the following way:

    - to 60 days if you were not involved in the reasons why your approved education provider had their licence withdrawn (the UKBA will not limit your permission to stay if you have less than six months left. You may want to apply for permission to stay with another approved education provider during this time);
    - immediately if the UKBA think you were involved in the reasons why your sponsor's licence was withdrawn.

    If you want to change your sponsor under the tier 4 system, the method you need to follow depends on when you were granted your original student visa: before or after 5 October 2009.

    If you got your tier 4 student visa before 5 October 2009

    You will have to obtain permission from the UK Border Agency to change education provider. You can ask for this permission by sending an email to MigrantReporting@ukba.gsi.gov.uk. You must include the following details:

    - the new sponsor’s name, address and contact details; and
    - details of the new course, including the start and end date; and
    - if the new course is shorter or longer than your current course

    The UK Border Agency will write to you confirming they’ve received your request. As long as they can confirm the following information, you will be given permission to change tier 4 sponsors:

    - your new education provider is currently licenced under the Tier 4 Register of Sponsors; and
    - your new school has accepted you and wants to be your new sponsor; and
    - your new planned course of study meets the necessary requirements to qualify under the Points Based System

    Once you have emailed the UK Border Agency with the above information and have received an acknowledgment from them you can actually start your new course without waiting for the result of your request.

    However, this is at your own risk as the UK Border Agency may well decide to refuse you permission to switch sponsors.

    If you fail to ask the UK Border Agency for their permission to switch sponsors you’re permission to stay in the United Kingdom as a student will be limited.

    If you got your tier 4 student visa after 5 October 2009

    It is much simpler to change education provider in this situation. You just have to make a new Tier 4 (General) Student visa application supported with a new visa letter of confirmation of acceptance for studies from your new tier 4 sponsor.

    You will not be able to start your new course until your new visa application is approved by the UK Border Agency. You are free to leave your current sponsor but do so entirely at your own risk, as the UKBA may refuse your application meaning you may not be able to return to your original course.

    Hope that helps to explain the situation and if you have any questions, I'll check back here and be more than happy to help.

    Daniel

    PS Sorry for such a long first post, but wanted to share my knowledge of the subject with you all.

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    Re: What happens if College looses sponsorship?

    Quote Originally Posted by narayanbdr
    Hi Raju Dai and others on Student Visa.
    Please shed some light on my query. What will happen to the student of the college whose sposorship licence has been suspended by UKBA? Will there be any problem during visa extension? Can the student attend college as normal without changing the college or should they consider changing it to avoid problem during visa extension?

    Many Thanks
    Hi

    If your sponsor has their licence permanently withdrawn, your permission to enter the UK will be limited in the following way:

    - to 60 days if you were not involved in the reasons why your approved education provider had their licence withdrawn (the UKBA will not limit your permission to stay if you have less than six months left. You may want to apply for permission to stay with another approved education provider during this time);
    - immediately if the UKBA think you were involved in the reasons why your sponsor's licence was withdrawn.

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    Re: What happens if College looses sponsorship?

    Dear Daniel and all members

    Thank you very much for your contribution to this Forum. I appreciate very much for all of your effort that you are helping many students who are in dilemma. Please follow his advice.
    Many Thanks
    Raju Thapa
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