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The 'unacceptable' mistakes made by border officials

John Vine, Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, warns that the Home Office granted citizenship to people with 'very poor immigration histories'<p>John Vine, the Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, picked out examples where Home Office bureaucrats had made "unacceptable" decisions to …

Immigration

EXPOSED: The Merseyside takeaways fined £108,000 for hiring illegal immigrants

Takeaways, off-licences and restaurants were slapped with £108,000 in fines after being found employing dozens of illegal immigrants.<p>The well-known …

Landlords face Immigration Act minefield

Landlords in the West Midlands now risk a £3,000 fine if they fail to sufficiently check whether prospective tenants are in the country legally.<p>Kenny …

Sky News - First For Breaking News From The UK And Around The World

Top Stories<p>The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News<p>From a gospel choir to not promising to "obey" her husband, the newest royal …

Prince Harry

UK urged to take in 10,000 Syrian refugees

Advertisement<p>A group of charities including Oxfam, Save the Children and the Refugee Council have written to David Cameron urging the Government to …

Without due process: How Britain deported 50,000 students - part two

If the fraud allegations were a means to push down immigration numbers, TOIEC offered a useful mechanism by which to do so. After all, the tests were …

Without due process: How Britain deported 50,000 students

A week ago, a young Indian family got on a plane at Heathrow and left England. They had been accused of a crime they say they didn't commit, but they …

Free movement and social benefits for economically inactive EU citizens: The Dano judgment in historical context

Géraldine Renaudière, Trainee at the CJEU, within the cabinet of the Court Vice-President, Koen Lenaerts. (This post reflects the author's view only).<p>…

What are the implications of today's ECJ ruling on EU migrants' access to benefits?

As we've said on many occasions, it is not only the UK that is having problems reconciling EU free movement with maintaining control over national …

Defining 'benefit tourism' and what it means for Britain

In a ruling that could have been written by the Prime Minister himself, the European Court of Justice says it's all right for countries to limit …

High court verdict spells the end for Australian immigration detention as we know it

The landmark hearing clearly set out the constitutional limits on detaining non-citizens. The federal government will now have to release or process thousands of asylum seekers<p>Thursday’s high court verdict, which dealt another blow to the federal government’s plans to give asylum seekers temporary …

Immigration Bill clears Lords

<b>The Immigration Bill has cleared the House of Lords after peers approved the legislation at third reading on 6 May 2014.</b><p>Peers agreed to an amendment that would enable a child born before 1 July 2006 to an immigrant mother who was not married to the natural father to become British citizens …

House of Lords

UK immigration changes to boost number of exceptional overseas talent

Changes to the immigration rules in the UK will help businesses employ skilled international workers and at the same time support a stronger, more …

Minimum income threshold: information for applicants

On 11 July 2014 the Court of Appeal upheld the lawfulness of the minimum income threshold for spouses/partners and children applying in the family …

House of Commons Hansard Ministerial Statements for 09 Dec 2013 (pt 0001)

<b>9 Dec 2013 : Column 1WS</b><p>Written Statements<p><i>Monday 9 December 2013</i><p>Defence<p>Central African Republic<p><b>The Secretary of State for Defence (Mr Philip Hammond):</b> …

Announcements

• 19 March 2018<br>• Home OfficeandUKVI<br>• News story<p>22 February 2018<br>• Home OfficeandUKVI<br>• News story<p>11 January 2018<br>• Home OfficeandUKVI<br>• News story<p>18 December …

Recent immigrants to UK 'make net contribution'

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/uk/1025000/1025465_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524753935_81505ba2718ce07a51d86e8276abfdd8<p><b>Immigrants to the UK since 2000 have made a "substantial" contribution to public finances, a report says.</b><p>The study by University College London said …

United Kingdom

Visitor bond scheme to be scrapped by government

<b>Plans for a £3,000 "security bond" for some "high risk" overseas visitors to the UK are to be abandoned, the Home Office has confirmed.</b><p>The visa bond scheme was announced by Home Secretary Theresa May in June and was set to be introduced this month.<p>A Home Office spokesman confirmed a Sunday Times …

United Kingdom