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Dutch woman may be deported?

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Caught the tail end of this on BBC news. Applied for citizenship after being worried by Brexit. According to BBC she was turned down (despite being married to a Brit and living here for 20 years) and could be deported

Reading between the lines, the truth is she made an error in the application and needs to apply again but get it right this time

So BBC are happy to terrify several million EU citizens working in the UK to make some political point. Scum.

Anyone know the true account of this event?

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3 minutes ago, John The Pessimist said:


Dverywhere on this one Guardian etc.

Purely a paperwork fckup ip in her behalf. Shes a nkand passport which shes let expire whilst living in UK.

There would be no problrm with her being d eported - shes enough paper trail to deomnstrate shex luving in the UK.

The ssme thing would happen if she went on holiday to anyother country.

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There are some people, judging by posts online, who feel that certain London based departments to do with immigration have been taken over by certain ethnic groups, perhaps recent arrivals in the UK themselves, who have, let us say, a bias in who they grant leave of stay, citizenship to.

This, admittedly, looks like a clerical problem.

Then again, the criticism of the Foreign Office for most of the 20th Century was that its staff seemed to think that it exists to further the interests of foreigners.

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