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Statement to Parliament: Amendments to fees for immigration and nationality services

Minister for Security and Immigration (James Brokenshire):

I am today announcing some changes to fees for immigration and nationality applications made to the Home Office. The government reviews these fees on a regular basis and makes appropriate changes as necessary. The amended regulations are for fees set at or below the cost of processing the relevant applications.

We are making some targeted amendments to support the implementation of provisions in the Immigration Act 2014, including expanding the list of application routes required to pay a fee for the enrolment of biometrics. We ar...

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News story: West Midlands to be first landlord ‘right to rent’ check area

Immigration and Security Minister James Brokenshire today announced the new measures in the Immigration Act would be launched in Birmingham, Walsall, Sandwell, Dudley and Wolverhampton as part of a phased introduction across the country.

The new law will mean private landlords will have to check the right of prospective tenants to be in the country if they want to avoid potentially being fined up to £3,000.

Immigration and Security Minister James Brokenshire said:

We are building an immigration system that is fair to British citizens and legitimate migrants and tough on those who ab...

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Guidance: Right to rent: landlords' code of practice

Updated: added information leaflet

This document provides guidance for landlords affected by the introduction of right to rent checks.

The code of practice explains:

  • if your property is affected
  • if any exemptions apply
  • how to carry out a right to rent check
  • what documents individuals can show you as evidence of their right to rent
  • when and how to request a right to rent check from the Home Office

Use the right to rent tool to find out how to carry out a check

Affected landlords

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Statement to Parliament: Implementation of the Immigration Act 2014

Minister for Security and Immigration (James Brokenshire):

I am announcing today the location in which the measures relating to landlords as prescribed by sections 20-37 of the Immigration Act 2014 will first be implemented. The Immigration Act 2014 contains a range of measures to reform and streamline the immigration system and address illegal immigration. It introduces restrictions on illegal immigrants accessing rented housing. When these provisions come into force, landlords will be prohibited from letting residential accommodation to people who have been disqualified by virtue of thei...

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Transparency data: Borders and immigration transparency data: August 2014

This document contains data on:

  • clearance of passengers at the border
  • drug seizure volumes
  • drug seizures
  • convention on international trade in endangered species
  • seizures and volumes
 
Guidance: Risk assessment guidance for contracted escort staff

UK Visas and Immigration detention service order about its risk assessment guidelines on the waist restraint belt, leg restraints and the mobile chair for detainees under escort.

 
Transparency data: Historical interest transparency data: August 2014

This document contains data on:

  • the status breakdown of foreign national offenders
  • progress of the outcomes of civil penalties issued to employers
 
Transparency data: Border and immigration cross cutting data: August 2014

This document contains data on:

  • the complex casework older live cases unit (OLCU)
  • payroll and non-payroll staff
  • unpaid civil servants
  • incoming secondments unpaid
 
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