Posted on August 11 2022
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All the international students living in the UK for over six months, had to register their details along with the place of study, with the local police and pay the fee which has been changed by the Home Office on August 4, effective immediately.
The United Kingdom has eased its mandatory rule for international students, concerning the forces of the local police.
Students living in the UK for longer than six months so far had to register the details of their place of study, with the local police along with a fee.
All international students living over six months in the UK had to register their details, along with the place of study, with the local police and pay the fee, charged by the Home Office on August 4, effective immediately.
As per the official notification, the change in the rule applies to students who are currently studying and have submitted their details to the police, including those who require to register with the police to leave or stay in the UK.
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Harry Anderson, policy manager at Universities UK, stated, "The decision to eliminate the Police Registration Scheme will be a piece of exceptional news for universities and international students alike. Universities UK, including others all across the sector, had been expecting the scheme to be implemented for a long time."
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