Throughout our response to the coronavirus pandemic, we have been clear that we take the well-being of all those in the asylum system extremely seriously. In these unprecedented times, we have adjusted asylum processes and procedures where necessary and appropriate …
A number of media outlets are reporting on a ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority following a complaint made by a member of the public about a radio advert for the EU Settlement Scheme, who felt the advert did not …
Today, the Home Secretary wrote in City AM about asking the Migration Advisory Committee to review and advise on salary thresholds for the new future immigration system, which will take effect from 2021.
The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has today (Monday 24 June) asked the Migration Advisory Committee to review and advise on salary thresholds for the new future immigration system, which will take effect from 2021.
Today, the Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes wrote in the Times about the steps the Home Office is taking to ensure that vulnerable people are not left behind with the EU Settlement Scheme.
There are a number of articles in print and online quoting the CBI, who claim that the future immigration system risks “causing significant harm at a time of uncertainty for business”.
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