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Want to organise a petition directly to Tony Blair against a government policy, but not sure how?

Immigration Matters will show you a quick and easy way to effectively organise a petition from the comfort of your PC.

No need to collect thousands of signatures, waste paper or travel to 10 Downing Street in London. You can create your own petition (or sign an existing petition) directly to the Prime Ministers office on-line by going to:

http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/

More than a million people signed a petition against ‘road pricing’ forcing the government to rethink its policy.

Here are some links to articles from Immigration Matters about subjects on which you may wish to petition the PM.

Home Office Crackdown on Working Migrants


Confusing Home Office Rules on Bulgaria and Romania


The ‘Life in the UK Test’ For Immigrants

Shortage Occupations List Reduced

There could be all manner of subjects on which you wish to petition.

Good luck!

If you should have any questions on visas, entry clearance or need help with an appeal, please email Charles Kelly info@immigrationmatters.co.uk.

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