The Artistic Casualties of Britain’s Immigration Rules

One example is cellist Kristin Ostling, “of Chicago-based string quartet Carpe Diem, was ‘bullied and rudely questioned for eight hours’ before being sent back to the US. She was told that she was taking work from British musicians even though the three recitals she was to take part in were unpaid.”

Source: The Guardian (UK) 03/21/11