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Highly Skilled Migrants: Our Response To The Home Office

This is MRN’s official response to the Home Office: The statement from Kevin Foster, minister for future borders and immigration, in your article (Skilled Commonwealth migrants still facing ‘unlawful’ deportation, 26 January) shows that the Home Office is worryingly out of touch with the realities faced by those denied leave to remain in the UK […]

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New Report: Highly Skilled Migrants: Indefinite Leave to Remain Refusals & Covid-19 Realities

We all need a secure place to call home and we all want to ensure that the UK emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic as a strong, cohesive and tolerant nation on the post-Brexit world stage. This position necessitates calling on the UK to ensure fair and compassionate immigration decision-making in which the dignity and talents

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Report: Highly Skilled Migrant Indefinite Leave to Remain Refusals & Covid-19 Realities

MRN has been working with the Highly Skilled Migrants (HSMs) and their families who remain in legal limbo with no indefinite leave to remain (ILR) in the UK. The interim report’s Executive Summary outlines some of the most concerning findings about the Home Office’ policy and decision-making and the impacts of these on people who

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