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Bay Local Authority in North Lancashire and South Cumbria: UK Asylum System and Asylum Seekers’ Mental Health (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir Charles, and I thank the hon. Member for Glasgow North West (Carol Monaghan) for securing this debate on the UK asylum system and asylum seekers’ mental health. It is timely, given our wider debate on the subject. It is important to underline at the start the fact that our United Kingdom has a proud record of helping those facing...

Written Answers — Home Office: Youth Mobility Scheme: EU Countries (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: We remain open to negotiating Youth Mobility Scheme (YMS) arrangements with other countries and territories, including with the EU as a collective or individual countries within it, but they must be reciprocal as the YMS is not simply a one way route to recruiting cheap labour overseas. Those who have employed an au pair can either look to offer a package which makes it attractive to those...

Written Answers — Home Office: Fraud: Internet (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: Fraudsters have shown they can and will exploit any vulnerability to commit their crimes, including through the use of technology and the internet. We are working with law enforcement and industry to close down these vulnerabilities. Last year, the National Cyber Security Centre launched the Suspicious Email Reporting Service which has already led to tens of thousands of harmful websites and...

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Correspondence (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: I can confirm the Home Office has not written to Mr Speaker since 1 September 2020 to explain legislation being brought into force before it is laid in both Houses.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: EU Nationals (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: We have worked extensively to promote awareness of the EUSS. The Home Office has already spent a total of £4.6 million on marketing campaigns to encourage those EU citizens and their family members who have not yet applied to do so. We recently launched a new £1.5 million wave of UK-wide advertising to ensure EU citizens and their family members are aware of the deadline and know they need...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: EU Nationals (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: Holders of EU Settlement Scheme status are issued with a letter from the Home Office which provides clear instructions as to how and when individuals can update their details using the online service. In addition to this relevant information is available on gov.uk by following this link: Update your UK Visas and Immigration account details - Update your details...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: EU Nationals (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: In line with the Withdrawal Agreement, EU citizens resident in the UK by the end of the transition period have until 30 June 2021 to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme, unless they have reasonable grounds for missing the deadline. Those who apply before the deadline, but whose application is not decided until after it, will have their rights protected pending the outcome of their application...

Written Answers — Home Office: Migrants: Taxation (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: The Home Office and HMRC have an agreed sharing protocol. Section 40 of the UK Borders Act 2007 provides a statutory gateway to allow HMRC to share data with the Home Office for immigration and nationality functions as set out in the legislation.

Written Answers — Home Office: Members: Correspondence (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: The UK Visas and Immigration MP Account Management team responded on 24 March 2021.

Written Answers — Home Office: Members: Correspondence (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: The UK Visas and Immigration MP Account Management team responded on 26 March 2021.

Written Answers — Home Office: Migrants: Taxation (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: The Home Office does not provide tax return data to HMRC. HMRC hold this data and provides it to the Home Office.

Written Answers — Home Office: British Nationality: Children (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: The Home Office has acknowledged the judgment and is reviewing the fee in line with its duties under Section 55. We will confirm the outcome of this review in due course. In the meantime, the fees set out in the Immigration and Nationality (Fees) Regulations 2018 continue to be charged.

Written Answers — Home Office: British Nationality: Fees and Charges (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: We keep fees for immigration and nationality applications under review and ensure they are within the parameters agreed with HM Treasury and Parliament, as set out in Section 68 (9) of the Immigration Act 2014.

Written Answers — Home Office: Migrant Workers: Visas (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: The Home Office publishes data on Tier 2 (General) visas in the ‘Immigration Statistics Quarterly Release’. Data on the number of Tier 2 (General) visas are published in table Vis_D02 of the entry clearance visas applications and outcomes dataset. Information on how to use the dataset can be found in the ‘Notes’ page of the workbook. The latest data relates to year ending December...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: EU Nationals (13 Apr 2021)

Kevin Foster: The Home Office has provided £17million in grant funding to a network of 72 organisations which provide bespoke support to vulnerable and hard to reach EU citizens and their family members eligible to apply to the EUSS, including those who are resident in care homes or receiving some element of support from the care sector On top of the £17million in grant funding, the Home Office recently...

Written Answers — Home Office: Hamas (31 Mar 2021)

Kevin Foster: The UK Government does not routinely comment on intelligence matters.

Written Answers — Home Office: Hamas (31 Mar 2021)

Kevin Foster: The UK Government does not routinely comment on intelligence matters. While we work closely with our international partners in the global fight against terrorism, any executive action must be underpinned by intelligence which satisfies the UK’s criminal and statutory thresholds.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Applications (31 Mar 2021)

Kevin Foster: We are fixing a broken asylum system and creating a new one which will be fairer and firmer and compassionate towards those who need our help. There are several factors which contribute to the length of time to process asylum claims. In this context, we have developed a programme of work designed to transform the system. We have already made significant progress in prioritising cases with...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration (31 Mar 2021)

Kevin Foster: Home Office Migration Statistics capture data on a number of Adult Dependent Relative routes, which are grouped together with other routes under Family: Other (for immediate settlement) in our published data. This includes the number of applications received, granted and refused. However, not all Adult Dependent Relative applications are captured under the Adult Dependent Relative route, to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Iron and Steel (30 Mar 2021)

Kevin Foster: No estimate of the level of UK-produced steel procured has been made. We have discussed the procurement of steel with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, which has asked all Government departments to consider guidance on steel procurement and to notify of any upcoming opportunities for industry.


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