graham wrote:It already exists. You can apply for permanent residence after 14 years.What about an amnesty for illegals who have been here for... say ten years without breaking any laws? Regularisation of their status.
graham wrote:I spoke to the manageress of Tiendas del Sur on Wednesday, on the whole she was OK about it, a little bemused, but not too upset.
I met with Helen O'Brien of the United Kingdom Border Agency with a few Ibero-Americans to raise concerns early this year, and she appears to have taken all our concerns on board.
Watch this space.
graham wrote:My concerns, as a local councillor are that the residents of Southwark are treated fairly by government employees. The concerns of the Ibero-Americans about their treatment broadly become my concerns...
Pieces of Eight wrote:To those who have concerns regarding the work carried out by the UKBA, I have a twofold question:
1) Are your concerns related to the procedures followed by the UKBA to locate and apprehend illegal immigrants or do you think that the government policy to apprehend and deport illegal immigrants is wrong.
2) If it is the latter, what do you think should be done with illegal immigrants?
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