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- Repeal the Government plans to send illegal immigrants to Rwanda:
- Four offshore vessels will be harboured on the English Channel whereby all immigrants trying to cross into Britain will be initially processed before either making their way to the UK or back to France (depending on not if their application has been successful or not).
- Try and reach an agreement with France to be able to return the migrants back to France should their application be deemed unsuccessful.
- End indefinite detention for Asylum Seekers.
- Make detention an absolute last resort, introduce a 90 day time limit on detention and increase the number of detention centres from nine to twelve.
- Provide free basic English lessons to asylum seekers and scrap the 16 hours-per-week rule with respect to financial support for those unable to work due to insufficient English:
- Allow asylum seekers to work.
- Provide safe and legal routes to sanctuary in the UK by resettling 10,000 vulnerable refugees each year and a further 10,000 unaccompanied refugee children from elsewhere around the world over the next ten years, and expanding family reunion rights.
- Scrap the Nationality and Borders Bill 2022
- Scrap net migration target and subsequently remove students from net migration figures.
- Introduce a new classification for seasonal workers from the poorest countries.
- Require all persons being granted residency to demonstrate they have both adequate medical insurance as well as demonstrate they are fluent in English.
- Introduce auction of employer permits to hire foreign workers.
- Extend the post-study work visa from two years to four.
- Establish a dedicated unit that deals solely with Immigration within the Home Office to improve the speed and quality of decision making.
- Move to freer movement of workers from across the Commonwealth, specifically, Canada, Australia and New-Zealand.
- Greatly expand the number of Tier 2 (General) visas available for skilled workers who wish to move to the UK.
- Set up a lottery-based guest worker programme for unskilled workers from abroad, modelled on New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme and Canada’s Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program, which have shown to deliver enormous welfare gains to migrants and their families.
- Introduce a real-time border database and biometric scanning system with a private sector operator paid by results.