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Asylum, immigration and nationality

Asylum, immigration and nationality news from UK Parliament.

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Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on immigration and nationality application fees
MPs to hold a general debate on immigration and national apprenticeship fees in Westminster Hall
22 March 2021
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House of Lords Thursday debates
Members debate anti-slavery projects, NHS staffing, hauliers and the space industry
04 March 2021
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Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 9 February 2021
The Committee has considered e-petitions which has reached over 10,000 signatures and a Government response, petitions with over 100,000 signatures, and petitions that were relevant to scheduled debates.
23 February 2021
Home Secretary questioned on the work of the department
The Home Affairs Committee examines issues including the Windrush Compensation Scheme, domestic abuse and Covid-19 border policy
22 February 2021
Updated call for evidence: Windrush Compensation Scheme inquiry
Following changes to the Windrush Compensation Scheme, the Home Affairs Committee has issued an updated call for evidence.
11 February 2021
Committee to question Government's preferred candidate for Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration
Committee will question David Neal, the Government's preferred candidate for the role of Independent Chief Inspector
14 December 2020
Evidence session on Windrush Compensation Scheme
Committee takes evidence into inquiry on Windrush compensation scheme
07 December 2020
Committee endorse the appointment of Chair of the Independent Monitoring Authority
The Justice Committee publishes Appointment of the Chair of the Independent Monitoring Authority report
03 December 2020
Evidence session with Chris Philp on Channel Crossings, migration and asylum-seeking routes through the EU
The Home Affairs Committee will take evidence from the Minister for Immigration Compliance and the Courts, Chris Philp MP, and Home Office officials, as part of its inquiry into Channel Crossings, migration and asylum-seeking routes through the EU. 
01 December 2020
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Elements of new asylum services “set up to fail”
Committee publish their report Asylum accommodation and support transformation programme
20 November 2020
Committee announces second joint evidence session on Black history and cultural diversity in the curriculum
Committee to hear further evidence on Black history and cultural diversity in the national curriculum
17 November 2020
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Evidence session on Channel Crossings with immigration lawyers, Migration Observatory, Migration Watch and British Future
Home Affairs Committee to hear evidence from maritime and immigration lawyers and representatives of Migration Watch, The Migration Observatory and British Future
17 November 2020
Committee reports on future EU asylum policy, and how the EU’s Customs Union Action Plan could affect the UK
European Scrutiny Committee considers recent draft EU legislation and policy documents deposited in Parliament by the Government
17 November 2020
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