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Call for evidence: An inspection of the immigration system as it relates to the agricultural sector

The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration invites anyone with knowledge and experience of the interaction between the UK immigration system and the agricultural sector to submit evidence to inform an inspection in this area.

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35 projects across England awarded funding from Windrush Day Grant Scheme 2022

Events helping remember and recognise the leading role the Windrush Generation and their descendants have played in making Britain stronger, culturally richer and more inclusive.

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UK targets Russian airlines with new sanctions

New sanctions on major Russian airlines will prevent them from cashing in on their UK landing slots

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UK Sanctions the shady network funding Putin’s lavish lifestyle

Today sanctions hit Putin’s financial network tightening the vice on the President and his inner circle.

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The IAGCI invites tenders to evaluate Home Office Country Information Products on Rwanda

Potential reviewers are invited to submit expressions of interest by the close of Monday, 30 May 2022.

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Smuggling gang sentenced after locking migrants into wardrobe ‘hides’

Five people smugglers have been sentenced for locking migrants into purpose-built ‘hides’ made from wardrobes and secured with screws.

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ICIBI has commenced an inspection of the Hong Kong British National (Overseas) visa route

The inspection will focus on how the route has been working since its launch, including the ability to rapidly scale up operations and learnings taken from and into other immigration routes.

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Borders Act to overhaul asylum system becomes law

The Nationality and Borders Act passed today (Thursday 28 April 2022) will deliver the biggest overhaul of our asylum system in decades.

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Boost for public safety as four justice bills receive Royal Assent

The government delivers on its pledge to protect the public better and restore confidence in the criminal justice system as four major bills became law today (28 April).

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New sanctions targeting Putin’s war leaders

The latest UK sanctions target the Generals committing atrocities on the front-line in Ukraine, and individuals and businesses supporting Putin’s military.

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An inspection of juxtaposed controls

The inspection team anticipate reporting to the Home Secretary by May.

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Migration and economic development partnership: ministerial direction

Letters regarding the ministerial direction to establish a migration and economic development partnership with Rwanda.

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