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House of Lords written question – answered on 2nd November 2011.

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Photo of Baroness Hamwee Baroness Hamwee Liberal Democrat

To ask Her Majesty's Government how many persons who originally entered the United Kingdom on (a) an overseas domestic worker (visitor) visa, (b) an overseas domestic worker (other) visa, and (c) an overseas domestic worker (diplomat) visa, have been referred into the national referral mechanism since its inception.

Photo of Lord Henley Lord Henley The Minister of State, Home Department

Between 1 April 2009 and 30 June 2011 the following were referred into the national referral mechanism:

(a) 19 persons who originally entered the United Kingdom on an overseas domestic worker (visitor) visa;(b) 15 persons who originally entered the United Kingdom on an overseas domestic worker (other) visa; and(c) 14 persons who originally entered the United Kingdom on an overseas domestic worker (diplomat) visa.

These data are based on management information and as such have not been quality assured as part of the production of National Statistics outputs. The data are provisional and subject to change.

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