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Parliamentary briefing: Immigration Bill - Commons’ Report Stage and Third Reading


Universities UK’s briefing for MPs for the Report Stage and Third Reading of the Immigration Bill.

It sets out our concern about a number of areas of the Bill, including the loss of appeal rights and the introduction of an NHS surcharge and a requirement for landlords to check the immigration status of potential tenants.

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