Immigration Bill

Document type
Other
Publisher
TSO
Date of publication
17 September 2015
Series
Session 2015/16, Bill 74
Subject(s)
Legislation, Minority Groups, Minority Groups
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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The Immigration Bill is intended to introduce new sanctions on illegal immigration, protect public services and tackle exploitation of low-skilled workers. It will::

  • introduce new sanctions on illegal workers and rogue employers
  • provide better coordination of regulators that enforce workers’ rights
  • prevent illegal migrants in the UK from accessing housing, driving licences and bank accounts
  • introduce new measures to make it easier to enforce immigration laws and remove illegal migrants

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