Certain latest reports suggest that the British House of Lords lately debated an overhaul to the immigration policy of Great Britain. During the month of June 2012, London declared a series of changes to the system for immigration for those people from the non-European Economic Zone, who file a petition to gain admission or stay inside Great Britain, via the path of family overseas movement. The rules in question covered the fresh aspirants from July 9, 2012 and beyond.
A primary change was to bring-in a lowest income threshold for those residents or nationals, who could be keen to usher-in a partner to stay with them in the nation, from outside the territorial limits of the said economic area. The limit was fixed at £18,600 for no more than a partner, even as for a partner and a kid the same was fixed at £22,400. The threshold swells by £2,400 for every following kid, who is covered in the petition.
Recently, an involved person brought forth a motion of regret in the said house, i.e., House of Lords. Such a motion does not lead to a vote; it only generates a debate in the house in question. She disclosed that even though she fully backed the administration in its attempts to administer immigration, her motion in question was on the specific feature of the HC 194 which fixes an income threshold of £18,600 for the nationals of the UK. And, for those individuals settled in the country, who want to offer sponsorship to their partner or spouse, to arrive to stay with them inside the UK. She added that–in a situation wherein a person wants to usher-in his family to settle in Great Britain–he must not think that the government will offer any support whatsoever to them.
Meanwhile, another involved person observed that the government must understand and accept that its people must have full right to wed whomever they may take fancy to. He added that it is completely wrong and unjustified for the administration to interfere so powerfully in eventually deciding as to whom a person marries and spend his life with. Yet another concerned person observed that her apprehension was that the latest rules were very compound, adding the laws of the land must be easy to get to. She further said that the intricacy of the fresh rules only meant that they were not easily reached.
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