Asylum, immigration and nationality
Asylum, immigration and nationality news from UK Parliament.
Lords considers Seafarers' Wages Bill
Members consider the scope of the draft law and its enforcement in main Lords debate on bill. Catch up
21 July 2022
Call for evidence launched on family migration
The Justice and Home Affairs Committee invites written contributions to its inquiry into family migration.
20 July 2022
Private members' bills in the Lords in the 2022-23 session
Follow the progress of private members' bills in the House of Lords during the 2022-23 session of Parliament
18 July 2022
Three short debates in the Lords
Members quiz government on tropical diseases, UK artists on tour in the EU and Ukrainian refugees. Catch up
06 July 2022
Refugee charities and ex-Home Office DGs questioned on Rwanda scheme
Home Affairs Committee questions Refugee Charities and ex-Home Office DG's on Rwanda Scheme
05 July 2022
Lords Committee requests urgent review of the Life in the UK Test
Justice and Home Affairs Committee writes to Government urging review of Life in the UK Test
30 June 2022
Ukraine refugees – Lord Harrington to appear before Levelling-Up Committee on Homes for Ukraine concerns
The Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (LUHC) Committee has also published correspondence from Lord Harrington.
23 June 2022
Ukraine refugees – Clive Betts, Levelling-Up Committee Chair, writes to Lord Harrington on Homes for Ukraine concerns
The letter concerns reports of problems including delays in criminal records checks for UK hosts.
24 May 2022
Lords debates Queen's Speech
Lords debates content of the Queen's Speech following the State Opening of Parliament. Catch up
19 May 2022
Tom Pursglove questioned on Rwanda asylum deal
Committee to hold a one-off session examining the Government’s asylum deal with Rwanda
09 May 2022
Chair calls on Lord Harrington to address “significant concerns” on support for refugees and local councils
Chair writes to Lord Harrington, Minister for Refugees
04 May 2022
Final text of Nationality and Borders Bill agreed
Bill becomes an Act of Parliament. Catch up
29 April 2022
The UK Asylum Process: Do vulnerable groups have access to services?
The House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee holds the fourth evidence session of its inquiry into Equality and the UK asylum process.
22 April 2022
How will the Borders Bill affect tourism in Northern Ireland? MPs to quiz experts and minister
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee to question tourism experts from NI and Ireland on the effect of the Government's Nationality and Borders Bill on tourism
14 April 2022
Lords debates support for Ukrainian refugees
Members discuss government plans. Catch up
07 April 2022