The Home Office has today (11 October) published Immigration Rules which detail the next test phase of the EU Settlement Scheme.
Participating in the meeting of interior ministers invited to Lyon as part of the G6 (France, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland), the Home Secretary, answered Le Monde’s questions on security, immigration and Brexit.
Today's Home Office stories include on crime levels, fire budgets and landlords' concern for citizens' rights to rent.
Today’s Home Office related stories include calls for an increase in the use of stop and search powers to help tackle violent crime, the trial of the EU Settled Status scheme and changes to immigration rules.
The Home Office has today published a Statement of Intent and draft Immigration Rules which set out further details about how EU citizens and their families can obtain settled status in the UK.
In the media today there is coverage of a new app the Home Office is developing to support EU citizens who apply for settled status.
Today’s Home Office top stories are on an online petition set up calling for an immigration amnesty for anyone who arrived in the UK as a child between 1948 and 1971, and on a Migration Observatory report on the EU …
The UK Government and EU have reached an agreement on the arrangements for EU citizens arriving in the UK and UK nationals arriving in the EU during the implementation period. These include the terms on which EU citizens will be able to stay here …
The Home Office responds to the latest set of quarterly and annual statistics published by the Department and the Office for National Statistics.