The Immigration Bill 2013. Don Flynn, Director Migrant Rights Network 27 November 2013. Outline. Context for the bill Key Immigration bill proposals Removal of the right of appeal Landlord checks New health charge Passage of the bill through Parliament. Context for the Bill.
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Don Flynn, Director
Migrant Rights Network
27 November 2013
The Immigration Bill will stop migrants abusing public services to which they are not entitled, reduce the pull factors which draw illegal immigrants to the UK and make it easier to remove people who should not be here”.
Immigration Minister Mark Harper MP, 10 Oct 2013
Bill introduces range of measures to create a ‘hostile environment’ in the UK, including:
The Immigration Bill would significantly reduce appeal rights for all people making immigration applications.
Has this gone away?