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The UK Border Agency (UKBA) is the border control agency of the British government and an Executive Agency of the Home Office. It was first formed in April 2008 by a merger of the Border and Immigration Agency (BIA), UKvisas and the Detection functions of HM Revenue and Customs.
It is one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the UK hiring over 23,000 operating in over 130 countries which means there are loads of jobs available for young people.
Overseas staff deal with visa applications and act as the first layer of border control for the UK.
The UK Border Agency's budget is £2.2 billion, however after the spending review, the agency will cut costs by up to 20%.
The agency can be divided into 4 sectors, each led by a director:
The UK Border Agency have a mission statement to make sure that all areas of aviation adhere the top standards and practice.
Airport authorities will deal with almost every area of airport life - from day-to-day security and retail to strategy and investment.
Thousands of people are on staff to ensure the smooth running of all airports around the UK and around the world.
Their work is focused on enhancing aviation safety by making continuous improvements in systems and processes.
They remain competitive and ensure they are improving their environmental performance through efficient use of airspace.