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Home Office

the government department responsible throughout England and Wales for law and order generally and for a variety of other matters such as immigration, nationality, extradition and deportation.
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It added that the British Home Office was now willing to release the letter, and State concurred.
The British Home Office last year developed a provisional programme for Thomas Cook and Virgin Atlantic crews but the course developed by the Immigrant Council is expected to lead the way for the rest of Europe.
The British Home Office said it only removes people who face no risk of torture, but Freedom From Torture Freedom and Human Rights Watch both argue that the government has severely underestimated this possibility when it comes to returned Pakistanis, many of them have been routinely arrested by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).
set free, Ben set about But out of 24 cousins, When he discovered the British Home Office was admitting 1,000 Holocaust children, he decided to go.
ISLAMABAD, 11 June, 2009 (Frontier Star) Following the withdrawal of deportation notice by the British Home Office, the detained Pakistan student Tariq-ur-Rehman arrived in Islamabad at Benazir Bhutto International Airport on Thursday.
The British Home office said that it had not yet received a visa request from Moussawi and considers such cases on an individual basis.
On Tuesday the British Home Office told Wilders he would not be allowed into the country, because he posed a "genuine, present and sufficiently serious threat to one of the fundamental interests of society".
One of those the group said it wants freed, according to the Al Jazeera report, is Abu Qatada, a radical Palestinian-Jordanian cleric and alleged al-Qaida figure who last February lost an appeal against a British Home Office move to deport him to Jordan.
A British Home Office study leaked recently to The Times of London found British Muslims show "strong opposition to terrorism and loyalty to Britain," but are anguished by "a perception of 'double standards' in British foreign policy, where democracy is preached but oppression .
But when the British Home Office saw the technology it gave it the stamp of approval.
federal agencies and we expect the British Home Office this year to seek private companies to design, construct, finance and manage two facilities with a total of approximately 1,300 beds.
But what was even worse was that the British Home Office had agreed during the US election campaign to a request - said to have emanated from the Republican Party - for a search to be made of its records for information about his alleged anti-Vietnam act ivities when he was a student at Oxford.

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