Newlywed graduate, 23, faces being told to quit the UK after falling foul of visa rules American Daniel Whiteley graduated from St Andrews University in summer The astrophysics graduate married management graduate Jenny in OctoberBut 23-year-old is unhappy that he's likely to be barred from living in UK | UPDATED: 02:43 GMT, 27 December 2012 Couple: American Daniel Whiteley (left) graduated with a degree in astrophysics from St Andrews University this summer and married management graduate Jenny (right) in October A couple who met at one of Britain’s most prestigious universities and married two months ago are set to be forced out of Scotland by tough new immigration laws. American Daniel Whiteley graduated with a degree in astrophysics from St Andrews University this summer and married management graduate Jenny in October. His student visa expired the same month.
More than 100,000 migrants to undergo face-to-face interviews in attempt to end visa system 'abuse' UK Border Agency launched pilot scheme last year to interview 'high-risk student visa applications'Theresa May said agency staff will interview 100,000 a year from April | UPDATED: 07:54 GMT, 13 December 2012 More than 100,000 migrants a year are to undergo face-to-face interviews when they apply for visas in an attempt to end rampant ‘abuse’ of the system. Labour abolished the interviews four years ago when they introduced a controversial points-based regime. Migrants were judged on application forms which included questions about their qualifications and financial arrangements.