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Nigerian Student Deported From UK For Working More Than 20 Hours Each Day



Nigerian Student Deported From UK For Working More Than 20 Hours Each Day

A Nigerian student has been deported from the United Kingdom (UK) for exceeding the maximum working hours (limit) per day.

Under UK labor law he cannot be in paid employment for more than 20 hours out of a 24 hour day.

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A Twitter user named @Oludeewon posted this article, claiming that foreign students are legally not allowed to work more than 20 hours a week in the UK.

The Nigerian appears to have violated a student visa provision that forbids him to work more than 20 hours a week.

Unfortunately, he had his visa revoked because he didn’t follow the rules and didn’t meet the requirements.

Read The Reasons For Termination Below…

“Reasons for cancellation

A decision has been made to cancel your permission to stay in the UK so that it expires with immediate effect. The reasons for this are:

You are specifically considered a person who has gained leave to remain by deception. You were granted leave to remain until 14/09/2027, after applying foria work leave to remain visa.

This was granted after you declared you have not breached any previous conditions of your T4 student visa. Your permission has been cancelled because you previously failed to comply with your student visa by working more th n 20 hours per week, breaching your conditions.

I am therefore satisfied that you have ceased to fulfil the requiremen of your visa. Your permission is cancelled from 19/10/2022.”

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