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Persecution in Pakistan: HJ (Iran) and the Ahmadis

The barrister Mr Jinnah, together with his comrades in the struggle for Independence, wanted Pakistan to be a secular country and just a couple of days before the Partition of India he, therefore, said that: You are free; you are … Continue reading

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Points-based system, switching, etcetera

From July onwards last year Tier 1 (Post-Study Work) visa holders began to face difficulties in switching into Tier 2 (General) because it became virtually impossible to get the UKBA to grant new CoS in the £20,000–£23,999.99 salary band. New … Continue reading

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Tier 1 (General) deleted and more

Despite not having a policy on EU migration the home secretary has proceeded to do what empire does best. Step on the have nots, the Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis because empire is used to it. Equally citizens of these poor … Continue reading

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Why the best might prefer to leave the UK

While speaking to the Confederation of British Industry in an attempt to allay the immigration fears of the business community Prime Minister David Cameron comfortingly said to his audience: “Let me give you this assurance. As we control our borders … Continue reading

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Agency to introduce biometric permits for Tier 1 and Tier 5

Parliament will, by virtue of changes which have been laid before it,  soon be considering new rules which will require a much greater number of migrants to apply for biometric residence permits if they seek an extension of their leave to … Continue reading

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Visa fees, the budget, and UKBA “products”

Once a “welfare state” – after long years of Thatcherism and New Labour, and a few months of the “coalition government” elected on 6 May 2010 – the UK is a very confused place about whose welfare the state is … Continue reading

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The limits on non-EU migration consultation 2010

The desired result of the change in policy is to reduce net immigration to the UK in order to limit it “to tens of thousands” of people rather than the “hundreds of thousands” of migrants who came to work in the UK during Labour’s 13 year stint (1997-2010) in power. Continue reading

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