The red Routemaster-style bus emblazoned with the Union Jack, takes centre stage on a giant billboard in the Gujarat, in western India, for all to see.
The slogan accompanying the advert, which also features the capital's famous Big Ben clock, brazenly declares: 'Get a FREE ride to the UK. Apply for admissions, get your visas & fly FREE to London.'
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Prime Minister David Cameron's coalition Government has pledged to bring student visas under the spotlight this week following concerns more and more people are abusing the current system.
New figures show the number of foreign students' asylum claims have soared in 12 months from an average of 20 per month to 90.
Migration campaigners have slammed the advert saying it proved their was a 'gaping hole' in the British immigration system, which seen as a 'soft touch' for foreigners looking to settle in Britain.
Sir Andrew Green, of pressure group MigrationWatch UK, described the advert as 'staggering.'
He added: 'You can hardly have clearer evidence of the gaping hole in our immigration system.
Mr Cameron last year pledged to cut the number of immigrants to tens of thousands, rather than hundreds of thousands claiming he opposed an increase in immigration which would take the population over 70 million.
Visa anyone? People queue around the Indian London bus poster in Ahmedabad, Gujarat