Grant an urgent Amnesty to Undocumented Migrants living in the UK

Undocumented Migrants are suffering in silence, with no access to adequate Financial support, or any help. The Government should grant an urgent Amnesty of 5years to those with no criminal record so that they could live their lives as normal human beings and pay tax to help the UK economy.

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Status: Open
Opened: 14 Jan 2021, 5:20 p.m.
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1: the register and, in particular, to the research support I receive from the Good Faith Partnership’s RAMP - Speech Link

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3. Immigration and Nationality (Fees) Regulations 2018
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The current pandemic has created a more hostile environment for undocumented migrants. The Government should grant an immediate Amnesty to the Undocumented Migrants with no criminal record, to enable them to live their lives as decent human beings and help the Country economically. Since the migrants are already in the UK, it would not only be cost effective but would make sense to keep them in the UK and grant them citizenship so that they are granted their basic human rights.