UK Immigration Laws Will Affect Women And Child Refugees

According to campaigners, UK immigration rules introduced by the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, could see up to two-thirds of female and child refugees flee the UK. Patel’s controversial ‘new scheme for UK immigration’ has drawn sharp criticism, and campaigners are now warning that women and child refugees may be denied asylum.

The warning comes after a former refugee, who now works for the NHS, hit out at the government’s plan to release ‘people like him who have had to flee violence and corruption in their country.

Under Patel’s new Look UK immigration system, efforts will be made to weed out people entering Britain illegally – including those crossing the English Channel in boats, where numbers hit a record high in May – After traveling through the country where they could seek asylum.

Charity Coalition

However, charitable organizations calling themselves Together with Refugees claim that the harsher new rules will mean that women and children fleeing war and persecution will be unable to live in the UK.

Former refugee and coalition spokesman, Sabir Zazai, said: “These are mothers escaping war-torn Syria, women fleeing sexual violence in Congo, or children escaping life-long enlistment in the military in Eritrea. These are people who Fearing for my life. These are people like me. These are also people like you, who want to live with safety and dignity.”

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“Most of the people in the UK believe in protecting refugees, and the government itself has stated that they want to protect the most vulnerable, including women and children. We are therefore taking a more effective, fair, and humane approach to supporting refugees. Calling for it,” Zazai said.

According to a report published by iNews, Together with Refugees is made up of more than 200 organizations that have urged the government to allow a fair trial about refugees staying in the UK.

Working On A New Plan For UK Immigration

Responding to the ‘warning’ issued with refugees, a Home Office spokesman said: “We have a responsibility to implement the ‘New Plan for Immigration’ so that we can fix the broken asylum system. What is needed is to be able to help, not the ability of people to pay the smugglers.”

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

“People should be reassured by our track record – since 2015 we have rehabilitated more than 25,000 vulnerable refugees, many women, and children so that they can rebuild their lives here. We are the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) We will continue to work closely with you to ensure that those in most need receive our support.

The spokesperson further said the Home Office would make ‘no apologies for trying to fix a part of Britain’s immigration system that is constantly exploited by human traffickers who risk their lives by making dangerous travel for women and children. are encouraged to enter. channel to reach the UK.

The United Nations was one of many to warn the Home Office about the so-called ‘new plan for immigration, in particular the adoption of a two-pronged approach to asylum, which it described as ‘discriminatory’.

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