British Home Affairs Minister David Blunkett has presented a White Paper in the House of Commons to amend the British immigration, refugee and citizenship law.
This proposal would enable British officials to determine more expeditiously, applications for refugee status and also enable them to send back immediately unsuccessful applicants.
Sri Lanka is in fifth place in the list of refugee arrivals in UK.
The new proposals, once enacted into law will empower immigration officials to investigate the first two years of marriage of British nationals to foreigners since the number of marriages of non-British to British citizens has increased.
Further if a person who enters Britain with a visa for a period of less than six months decides to marry a British citizen, he or she must go back and marry in his or her own country.
Foreigners will be permitted to apply for jobs where there is a dearth of Britons for such jobs and a “green card” system like in the USA will also be introduced.
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