Westech College, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 1484 (Admin)
Immigration – Education – Sponsorship
13 June 2011
The real risk of the disappearance of students or their taking on unauthorised employment justified the revocation of the Claimant’s licence.
(1) Westech College, the Claimant, held a Tier 4 sponsor licence, granted by the UK Border Agency (UKBA), and its name was included on the Sponsor Register. This enabled the Claimant to issue letters allowing non-EU nationals to enter and remain in the UK to study at the Claimant’s institution. The granting of sponsor licences was subject to UKBA Tier 4 of the Points Based System – Sponsor Guidance.
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