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Thursday, 17 September 2015

New UK Tough Law On Illegal Immigrants!

New measures will see those in the country unlawfully found behind the wheel face up to six months in prison, an unlimited fine and have the vehicle seized.



Immigration enforcement officers will be given powers to search people and properties and seize driving licences of suspected illegal immigrants.

Those working in the country unlawfully will also have their wages confiscated and face up to six months in prison.

Publishing the bill, Immigration Minister James Brokenshire said: "The message is clear – if you are here illegally, you shouldn't be entitled to receive the everyday benefits and services available to hard-working UK families and people who have come to this country legitimately to contribute.

"Whether it is working, renting a flat, having a bank account or driving a car, the new Immigration Bill will help us to take tougher action than ever before on those who flout the law."

In recent weeks ministers have faced criticism over the handling of the Calais crisis, while last month official figures showed net migration is at record levels, dealing a devastating blow to David Cameron's aim to cut the index to five figures.

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