The Home Secretary has today (Monday 16 April) announced a new team to help Commonwealth citizens confirm their status in the UK.
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Today’s Home Office related coverage includes the legal case surrounding Samim Bigzad, as well as permits for non-EU migrants.
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Today’s Home Office related coverage features a story on the security and funding of the Calais border.
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