Amendments proposed to the Nationality, Immigration And Asylum Bill - continued House of Commons

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Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

241

Clause     36,     page     20,     line     1,     at end insert—

    '(2)   Where the Secretary of State inquires into a person's age under section 19(2) he shall not do so until he is satisfied that the person has had access to legal advice or assistance and representation.

    (3)   The Secretary of State may make a grant to a voluntary organisation which provides legal advice and representation to a person described in subsection (2).

    (4)   A grant under this section may be subject to terms or conditions (which may include conditions as to repayment).'.


   

Simon Hughes
Mr Richard Allan
Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

215

Clause     37,     page     20,     line     7,     after 'the', insert 'essential living needs and'.


   

Simon Hughes
Mr Richard Allan

216

Clause     38,     page     20,     leave out lines 26 to 36.


   

Simon Hughes
Mr Richard Allan
Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

217

Clause     39,     page     20,     line     41,     after 'subsection', insert 'and refused without reasonable excuse'.

   

Angela Eagle

124

Clause     39,     page     21,     line     5,     leave out 'section 95' and insert 'sections 95 and 98'.

   

Simon Hughes
Mr Richard Allan

218

Clause     39,     page     21,     line     7,     leave out 'may' and insert 'must'.

   

Simon Hughes
Mr Richard Allan

219

Clause     39,     page     21,     line     7,     at end insert—

      '(aa) give priority to meeting the person's particular needs'.

   

Simon Hughes
Mr Richard Allan

220

Clause     39,     page     21,     line     10,     leave out paragraph (b).


   

Simon Hughes
Mr Richard Allan
Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

221

Clause     41,     page     22,     line     15,     after 'appellant', insert 'or witness expenses incurred by a witness'.

   

Simon Hughes
Mr Richard Allan
Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

222

Clause     41,     page     22,     line     16,     at end add—

    '103C   

      (1) The Secretary of State may make a grant to a voluntary organisation which provides—

      (i) advice or assistance to persons who have a right of appeal under this Part;

      (ii) other services for the welfare of those persons.

      (2) A grant under this section may be subject to terms or conditions (which may include conditions as to repayment).'.


   

Angela Eagle

250

*Clause     42,     page     22,     line     41,     leave out subsection (5) and insert—

    '(5)   The following provisions of the Immigration Act 1971 (c.77) shall cease to have effect—

      (a) section 29 (contributions to expenses of persons returning abroad), and

      (b) section 31(d) (expenses).'.


   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

238

Clause     45,     page     24,     line     40,     leave out subsection 8.

   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

237

Clause     45,     page     24,     line     46,     at end add—

    '(10)   For the purposes of this section no person under the age of 18 shall be detained in accordance with its provisions'.


   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

236

Clause     46,     page     25,     line     9,     after 'by', insert 'reasonable'.


   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

235

Clause     47,     page     25,     line     26,     after 'persons', insert 'whom the Home Office is lawfully entitled to remove'.


   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

234

Clause     48,     page     26,     line     22,     leave out 'eight' and insert 'seven'.

   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

233

Clause     48,     page     26,     line     42,     leave out 'cease to'.


   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

232

Clause     49,     page     27,     line     2,     leave out 'may' and insert 'shall'.


   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

229

Clause     50,     page     27,     line     16,     leave out 'without regard to his personal circumstances'.

   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

230

Clause     50,     page     27,     line     18,     leave out '14' and insert '7'.

   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

231

Clause     50,     page     27,     line     21,     after 'location', insert ', which programme will include full access to legal advice and representation'.


   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

227

Clause     52,     page     28,     line     29,     after 'family', insert 'in so far as to do so would be in accordance with Articles 1 to 40 of the 1989 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child'.


   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

223

Clause     55,     page     29,     line     34,     leave out 'may' and insert 'shall not'.

   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

228

Clause     55,     page     29,     line     36,     leave out from 'deportation' to end of line 36.

   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

226

Clause     55,     page     29,     line     37,     leave out 'for legal reasons'.

   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

224

Clause     55,     page     29,     line     38,     leave out 'legal reasons' and insert 'any reason'.

   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

225

Clause     55,     page     29,     line     40,     leave out 'thinks' and insert 'has substantial grounds for believing'.

   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

246

Clause     55,     page     30,     line     3,     leave out 'or someone of whom he is a dependant'.


   

Mr Humfrey Malins
Mrs Cheryl Gillan
Angela Watkinson
Mr Gregory Barker

247

Clause     58,     page     32,     line     22,     leave out 'clearly' and insert 'manifestly'.


   

Angela Eagle

202

Clause     59,     page     33,     line     6,     leave out 'shall' and insert 'may'.


   

Angela Eagle

203

Schedule     3,     page     74,     line     8,     leave out paragraphs 6 and 7 and insert—

     The Lord Chancellor—

            (a)   may pay remuneration and allowances to adjudicators,

            (b)   may pay remuneration and allowances to staff of the adjudicators, and

            (c)   may defray expenses of the adjudicators.'.


   

Angela Eagle

3

Clause     60,     page     33,     line     21,     at end insert 'under section 10 of this Act'.

   

Angela Eagle

251

*Clause     60,     page     33,     line     31,     leave out '10' and insert '10(1)(a), (b) or (c)'.


   

Angela Eagle

206

Schedule     4,     page     74,     line     33,     leave out 'shall' and insert 'may'.

   

Angela Eagle

204

Schedule     4,     page     75,     line     17,     leave out paragraphs 9 and 10 and insert—

     The Lord Chancellor—

            (a)   may pay remuneration and allowances to members of the Tribunal,

            (b)   may pay remuneration and allowances to staff of the Tribunal, and

            (c)   may defray expenses of the Tribunal.'.

   

Angela Eagle

205

Schedule     4,     page     75,     line     34,     at end insert—

    '(2) A person may be appointed by the Lord Chancellor under sub-paragraph (1)(d) only if he has legal or other experience which in the Lord Chancellor's opinion makes him suitable for appointment as a legally qualified member.'.


   

Mr Neil Gerrard

13

Schedule     7,     page     78,     leave out lines 29 and 30 and insert 'Sections 26 to 29'.


NEW CLAUSES

Unlawful presence in United Kingdom

   

Angela Eagle

NC1

To move the following Clause:—

    '(1)   This section applies for the construction of a reference to being in the United Kingdom "in breach of the immigration laws" in section 4(2) or (4) or 50(5) of, or Schedule 1 to, the British Nationality Act 1981 (c.61).

    (2)   A person is in the United Kingdom in breach of the immigration laws if (and only if) he—

      (a) is in the United Kingdom,

      (b) does not have the right of abode in the United Kingdom within the meaning of section 2 of the Immigration Act 1971 (c.77),

      (c) does not have leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom (whether or not he previously had leave),

      (d) is not a qualified person within the meaning of the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2000 (S.I. 2000/2326) (person entitled to reside in United Kingdom without leave) (whether or not he was previously a qualified person),

      (e) is not a family member of a qualified person within the meaning of those regulations (whether or not he was previously a family member of a qualified person),

      (f) is not entitled to enter and remain in the United Kingdom by virtue of section 8(1) of the Immigration Act 1971 (c.77) (crew) (whether or not he was previously entitled), and

      (g) does not have the benefit of an exemption under section 8(2) to (4) of that Act (diplomats, soldiers and other special cases) (whether or not he previously had the benefit of an exemption).

    (3)   Section 11(1) of the Immigration Act 1971 (c.77) (person deemed not to be in United Kingdom before disembarkation, while in controlled area or while under immigration control) shall apply for the purposes of this section as it applies for the purposes of that Act.

    (4)   This section shall be treated as always having had effect.

    (5)   This section is without prejudice to the generality of—

      (a) a reference to being in a place outside the United Kingdom in breach of immigration laws, and

      (b) a reference in a provision other than one specified in subsection (1) to being in the United Kingdom in breach of immigration laws.'.

 
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