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The UK Immigration at the airports is very used to having large number of International students arrive in the UK and offers a warm welcome to them. But just like in any other country, the immigration officials have to ensure that everyone who enters the UK has a legitimate reason to be here and that no immigration laws are broken.
Below is a step by step guide to pass through immigration on arrival in the UK.
The following advice explains some things you can do to help you at immigration control:
As long as your documents are in order, you should pass through immigration smoothly. But if you find, you need help for any reason, you should ask the Immigration Control Officer if you may telephone the International Student Support at Staffordshire University on 01782 294711 or 01782 294539.
If an International Student Advisor / Staff are not available, call the Immigration Advisory Service (IAS) for free advice on telephone number 0207 9671200 (day time Monday to Friday). If it is night time, leave a message on their emergency answer service by telephoning 02079671299.
The Immigration Advisory Service is a registered charity that can assist you with your appeal. For more information visit: www.iasuk.org
Once you arrive at the University, you can then contact the International Student Advisor for any additional support you need with your immigration case.
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