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Immigration News Weekly Round up 05 May 2013 | Immigration Matters

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Home Office to crack down on human rights immigration appeals

Home Secretary Theresa May will announce in the Queen’s Speech this week yet another immigration crackdown, this time aimed at human rights appeals by foreign criminals’, which prevent deportation by the Home Office.

Home Office arrest sham wedding suspect

Sham or bogus marriages or civil partnerships occur when a non-European national marries someone from the European Economic Area (EEA) for the purpose of gaining long-term residency (ILR) and the right to work and claim benefits in the UK.

UKIP Leader Nigel Farage wants to stop EU immigration to UK and warns of ‘Romanian criminals’ in London

Romanians have come under fierce attack since joining the EU in 2007, despite being restricted by the Home Office from working in the UK without a work permit or yellow card permit. Many people mistakenly assume that Romanians are ‘Roma’ Gypsies, which paints a false picture of migrants from Romania.

Home Office changes to the requirements for settlement and naturalisation applications from October

Last month on 8 April 2013, the Home Office published a ‘statement of intent’ outlining planned changes to the requirements for those applying for indefinite leave to remain to settle in the UK or become naturalised as a British citizen.

Home Office lose appeal against drug dealer illegal immigrant who wins right to remain in UK

The Home Office has lost another high profile appeal after an Immigration Judge allowed a convicted drug dealer, who abandoned his children, the right to stay in Britain on “human rights” family life grounds. Contrary to the protestations of the popular press, not all human rights, article 8 or family life refusals are overturned on appeal at the First Tier Tribunal.

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