windrush episode another attempt for biometric cards

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windrush episode another attempt for biometric cards

Post by Admin on Tue Apr 24, 2018 10:47 am

The Home Secretary also said they will not be forced to take citizenship tests.

Children of those who arrived in the UK from the Caribbean who need to apply for naturalisation will not be charged any fees either.

In a statement to MPs, Ms Rudd said those caught up in the scandal were “British in all but legal status”.

https://www.politicshome.com/?q=news/uk/home-affairs/immigration/news/94630/amber-rudd-victims-windrush-scandal-have-citizenship

looking into this further

The children of Windrush: 'I’m here legally, but they’re asking me to prove I’m British'

Eight people tell of the harrowing experience of having to prove their status despite having been in the UK legally for half a century

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/apr/15/why-the-children-of-windrush-demand-an-immigration-amnesty

A last-minute intervention from her MP and a local charity prevented her removal. After Guardian publicity she has since been given a biometric card, proving she is in the UK legally, but she will have to reapply in 2024 and is already worried about the process. She has had no apology from the Home Office.

further info from here

http://subscriber.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/04/21/thewindrush-scandal-makes-case-cards/

this is what some need all ready

Government passed legislation requiring everyone to produce documents such as a passport or visa, bank statement, driving license or benefits letter to accept essential services like cancer treatment.
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Re: windrush episode another attempt for biometric cards

Post by Admin on Fri Apr 27, 2018 12:26 pm

with further news on this episode

Diane Abbott is the latest MP to call for home secretary Amber Rudd to resign over the Windrush scandal.
“A matter of honour”

During urgent questions in parliament on 26 April, the shadow home secretary called on Rudd to resign,

https://www.thecanary.co/trending/2018/04/26/diane-abbott-calls-on-amber-rudd-to-resign-as-home-secretary-after-revelations-about-removal-targets/

Yesterday, giving evidence to the Commons Home Affairs select committee, the home secretary said, in terms, ‘we don’t have targets for removals’.

But the general secretary of the Immigration Service Union told the committee earlier that there was a net removals target, that enforcement teams had to meet.

my personal opinion on this subject we have targets to meet lets pick on the ones we know where they live the legal imigrants of the windrush affairs and extradite them as we can use these to prove we are doing our duty

simple comment easy targets to get rid of, than chase after the ones who are illegal immigrants
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