Immigration: Republic of Ireland:Written question - 364

Q
(Hornsey and Wood Green)
Asked on: 14 October 2019
Home Office
Immigration: Republic of Ireland
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, if she will ensure that all Irish citizens will retain full existing rights under the Government's proposed immigration bill.
A
Answered by: Brandon Lewis
Answered on: 05 November 2019

The Immigration Bill will protect the status of Irish citizens in the UK once free movement rights end. This means that Irish citizens will continue to be free to enter and remain in the UK without restriction unless they are subject to a deportation order, exclusion order or international travel ban.

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