2017-09-26 14:39:23 UTC
May for the leadership. She's a nitwit in charge of a department staffed
by inexperienced kids.
This sort of thing keeps happening:
The Home Office is still sending out letters telling lawfully resident
migrants in Britain that they must leave the country a month after the
home secretary, Amber Rudd, had to apologise for “an unfortunate error”
in mistakenly telling 100 EU nationals they faced possible deportation.
The Home Office had to issue a further apology on Monday to a research
scientist who received a letter out of the blue on Friday telling him
that his driving licence was being revoked and he “should take steps to
leave the UK immediately”.
The Immigration Enforcement letter, in which his name was not even
spelled correctly, also warned him that he could face six months in
prison, forcible removal from the UK and a ban on returning to Britain
for up to 10 years if he did not leave voluntarily. It was issued by the
Croydon-based interventions and sanctions directorate of the Home Office.
Danaie said he felt offended by the letter and its self-assured tone:
“It did not leave any doubt that we have to get packing immediately.” He
said while there was a phone number to call for assistance with a
“voluntary return” there was no number to dispute the basis of the
letter. Instead he had to rely on sending an email and hoping somebody
would respond within a 10-day deadline.