UK set to crack down on illegal immigrants: block bank access, home rentals, and driver’s licenses

In a bid to crack down on unlawful immigration, the U.Ok. authorities is obstructing entry on migrants’ entry to financial institution accounts, residence leases, and their driver’s licenses, amongst different providers. 

The nation’s immigration minister, Robert Jenrick, is heading a brand new taskforce to make sure that “solely these eligible can work, obtain advantages or entry to public service,” The Telegraph experiences. 

“We’re delivering on our promise to extend raids on unlawful employers: a brand new Enforcement Taskforce will guarantee solely these eligible can work, entry public providers and advantages,” Jenrick tweeted Sunday. 

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The brand new initiative will embrace a 50% enhance in immigration enforcement visits to building websites, automotive washes, and gig financial system companies. 

The federal government has already been ramping up enforcement visits in current months. Since mid-December, there have been greater than 1,150 such visits – a ten% enhance – since mid-December, in keeping with The Telegraph. This quantities to about 362 arrests.  

Robert Jenrick Britain’s Minister of State (Minister for Immigration) arrives for a cupboard assembly in Downing road in London, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023. 
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Jenrick has argued that black market jobs hurt communities by “dishonest trustworthy staff of employment, placing susceptible individuals in danger, and defrauding the general public purse,” he stated. 

“Our Immigration Enforcement groups are working around the clock to carry these violating our legal guidelines to justice. It’s our precedence to crack down on this crime and empower legislation enforcement to take away unlawful migrants,” he stated. 

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“With assist from our new enforcement taskforce, we’ll go additional and quicker to forestall the abuse of our legal guidelines and borders and crack down on people exploiting the generosity of the UK taxpayer.”