Immigration, Asylum & Nationality correspondence: Amnesty International UK letters to Ministers etc. & responses

The following letters to Ministers, officials and others concern matters of law, policy and practice relating to a variety of matters from British people's rights to citizenship to the rights of refugees and migrants in the UK or internationally. They are collected in date order.

Where responses have been received these are included at the link to the relevant letter listed below.

 

2023

Joint Amnesty UK and PRCBC letter to Minister re provisions of Illegal Migration Bill affecting children's rights to be registered as British citizens, July 2023

Joint Amnesty UK and PRCBC letter to Lord Moylan re Illegal Migration Bill and Government response to nationality law amendments, June 2023

Joint Amnesty UK, PRCBC, ILPA and the3million letter to Home Office on citizenship rights of people born in UK before 2 October 2000 to parents exercising EU free movement rights, March 2023

 

2022

Letter to Immigration Minister concerning impact of asylum policy on asylum system, particularly policies creating delay, additional workload and backlogs, November 2022

Joint letter with PRCBC to Home Office minister concerning fee exemption and waiver for children’s registration as British citizens, June 2022

Letter to Immigration Minister concerning commencement of the Nationality and Borders Act 2022, June 2022

Letter to Home Office Permanent Secretary following announcement of the UK-Rwanda Memorandum of Understanding, April 2022

 

2021

Letter to Immigration Minister concerning people from Myanmar in the UK, June 2021

Letter to Immigration Minister concerning proposal to end use of physical documentation as evidence of immigration status, June 2021

Joint letter with PRCBC and the3million concerning amendment to the British Nationality Act 1981 and automatic acquisition of British citizenship of children born on or after 1 July 2021 to certain EU nationals in the UK, May 2021

Letter to Immigration Minister concerning Government consultation on its New Plan for Immigration, April 2021

 

2020

Letter to Immigration Minister concerning changes to immigration rules to introduce a regime for refusing to admit asylum claims made in the UK into the system for deciding those claims, December 2020