LEGAL MINUTE: the news about immigration in the UK from the last days

Partido Conservador promete ser mais rígido com imigrantes no UK

Racism and race-related hate crime has increased since the 2016 Brexit referendum, with officers appointed to deal with resultant “tensions”. 24 community cohesion officers are being appointed by councils across Wales. They will focus in particular on developing strong links with European Union citizens and other minority groups which might feel susceptible to Brexit tensions. From BBC.

Two young, blind musicians, who were due to arrive in the UK from India on Saturday to take part in a two-week cultural exchange set up by the government have been refused entry by the Home Office. From iNews.

A baby whose legal guardian is a UK resident has been blocked from entering the country, leaving her and her soon-to-be adoptive mother “stranded” in Pakistan. From Independent.

Mother denied chance to clear her name of charge that will see entire family deported back to husband she fears. “My life stopped when I got that letter,” says the 48-year-old, describing the moment she was accused by the Home Office of cheating in an English language test she had completed three years before. From Independent.

A petition to prevent the deportation of an “exceptional” and “outstanding” student has drawn more than 6,000 signatures. Stiven Bregu, 18, was trafficked to the UK from Albania in 2015 in order to escape a violent home life and was dumped alone in Keynsham near Bristol. From BBC.

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