Migrants' Rights Network

Amnesty Deadline Extended for Undocumented Grenfell Survivors

Foreign nationals living illegally in Grenfell Tower have been given more time to apply for the government’s immigration amnesty.

According to Get West London, an extra two months has been given for undocumented residents living in the tower to claim protection from deportation, the Home Office announced on Thursday (November 30).

This follows fears some foreign nationals staying in Grenfell have yet to come forward to access help and support because of fear of reprisals.

It also follows criticism that the initial delays for undocumented survivors to come forward were too short

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