Series Immigration Bill

Proposed changes to reform the removals and appeals system, end the abuse of Article 8 and prevent illegal immigrants accessing and abusing public services or the labour market.
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Documents
The Immigration Bill was introduced into the House of Commons on 10 October 2013. Subject to its Parliamentary progress, the bill is expected to receive royal assent in spring 2014.

The bill will reform the removals and appeals system, making it easier and quicker to remove those with no right to be here. It will end the abuse of Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights – the right to respect for private and family life. It will prevent illegal migrants accessing and abusing public services and the labour market.

List of documents
These are a collection of documents relating to the bill:

Factsheet: Immigration Bill overview
European Convention on Human Rights Memorandum
Delegated Powers Memorandum
Where can I find out more information?
The Immigration Bill and explanatory notes are available on the Parliament website where the progress of the bill is also shown.

Documents
Immigration Bill: overarching documents
10 October 2013Policy paper
Immigration Bill: part 1 – removal
10 October 2013Policy paper
Immigration Bill: part 2 – appeals
10 October 2013Policy paper
Immigration Bill: part 3 – access to services
10 October 2013Policy paper
Immigration Bill: part 4 – marriage and civil partnership
10 October 2013Policy paper
Immigration Bill: part 5 – oversight
10 October 2013Policy paper
Immigration Bill: part 6 – miscellaneous
10 October 2013Policy paper

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