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Minister Launches Consultation on Simplifying Immigration Law
by: Charles Kelly


Liam Byrne, Minister for Immigration, citizenship and Nationality has launched a consultation paper on simplifying immigration and citizenship law. The aim of this initial consultation paper is to seek a range of views to inform a fundamental overhaul of the legal framework within which the Border and Immigration Agency operates.

Over recent months the Border and Immigration Agency has outlined plans to reform the immigration system. The object of this paper is to begin the process of simplifying the body of different immigration laws built up over the last few decades.

The new legal framework will be important to the transformation of the Border and Immigration Agency, and to the achievement of its strategic objectives.

The consultation paper is available on the Border and Immigration Agency’s website.

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