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    Next steps for immigration policy - regulation, enforcement and the Immigration Bill

    This seminar will bring together key policymakers and stakeholders to assess Governments ongoing strategy to reduce net migration to tens of thousands by the end of this Parliament, following the introduction of the Immigration Bill. The seminar will provide an opportunity to consider the significant legislative reforms contained within the Bill as it undergoes Parliamentary scrutiny, including wide-ranging changes to the enforcement and appeals processes.

     

    Guest of Honour: Rt Hon Keith Vaz MP, Chairman, Home Affairs Committee

    Delegates will consider the impact of the proposed reforms - most notably in relation to migrant access to health services, prevention of illegal working and streamlining the appeals process in immigration cases. Sessions will also bring out latest thinking on issues related to immigrants and private rented housing, employment and preventing illegal immigrants from opening bank accounts in the UK. Those expected to attend include lawyers, business groups, universities and colleges, local authorities, community advice services, and charities and campaign groups.

    We are delighted that Rt Hon Keith Vaz MP, Chairman, Home Affairs Committee has agreed to deliver a keynote address at this seminar.

    Jo Attwooll, Policy Adviser, Universities UK; Jacqueline Bishop, Co-Chair, Overseas Visitors Advisory Group and Overseas & Private Patient's Co-ordinator, Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust; Councillor Keith Burrows, Cabinet Member for Planning, Transportation and Recycling, Hillingdon Council; Ruth Grove-White, Policy Director, Migrants' Rights Network;Sinead Lawrence, Senior Policy Adviser, Confederation of British Industry (CBI); Ian Macdonald QC, Garden Court North Chambers; Alp Mehmet, Vice Chairman, Migration Watch UK; Professor John Salt, Emeritus Professor of Geography and Co-Director, Migration Research Unit, University College London; Carolyn Uphill, Chairman, National Landlords Association and Maurice Wren, Chief Executive, Refugee Council have also agreed to speak at this seminar.

    Rt Hon David Hanson MP, Shadow Minister for Immigration and Mark Reckless MP, Member, Home Affairs Committee have kindly agreed to chair this seminar. Additional senior participants are being approached.

     

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    Date & Venue

    THURSDAY, 27TH MARCH 2014
    SIXTY ONE WHITEHALL, LONDON SW1A 2ET
     

     

     

    Further information can be accessed by following the link below

    http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/forums/event.php?eid=762

     

     


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