Immigration Bill

Amendments
to be moved
on report

[Supplementary to the Revised Marshalled List]

Clause 40

LORD WIGLEY

 

Page 31, line 20, at end insert—

“( )     Regulations under subsections (1) and (2) which apply to Wales may only
be made with the consent of the National Assembly for Wales.”

Schedule 11

THE EARL OF LISTOWEL

BARONESS LISTER OF BURTERSETT

 

Page 174, line 27, leave out “conditions A and B are” and insert “condition A is”

 

Page 174, line 29, leave out “or E” and insert “, E, F or G”

 

Page 174, line 36, leave out from “Kingdom,” to end of line 3 on page 175 and
insert—

“(b)   the person has made an application to register as a
British citizen, or

(c)   the person makes submissions to the Secretary of State
that their removal would breach the 1951 Refugee
Convention or the Human Rights Act 1998 and those
submissions fall to be considered by the Secretary of
State under paragraph 353 of the Immigration Rules.”

 

Page 175, line 20, at end insert—

“(7A)    Condition F is that—

(a)   the application has been refused,

(b)   the person has made an application for permission to
apply for judicial review, and

(c)   the judicial review has not been finally disposed of.

(7B)    Condition G is that—

(a)   the application has been refused, and

(b)   there is a genuine obstacle to the person’s removal
from the UK.

(7C)    For the purposes of sub-paragraph (1), a person is to be treated
as satisfying conditions A and C if—

(a)   he or she—

(i)   has been a “relevant child” for the purposes of
section 23A of the Children Act 1989 (advice
and assistance for certain children and young
persons);

(ii)   has been an “eligible child” for the purposes of
paragraph 19B of Schedule 2 to the Children
Act 1989 (preparation for ceasing to be looked
after); or

(iii)   is “a person qualifying for advice and
assistance” within the meaning of section 24(1)
of the Children Act 1989 (persons qualifying for
advice and assistance); and

(b)   the local authority by whom he or she was looked after
failed to ensure he or she was advised and assisted in
connection with—

(i)   an application for him or her to be registered as
a British citizen in circumstances where he or
she was either entitled to be registered as a
British citizen or otherwise entitled to apply to
be registered;

(ii)   an application for him or her to be granted
indefinite leave to remain in circumstances
where he or she satisfied requirements under
the Immigration Rules for a grant of indefinite
leave to remain; or

(iii)   an application for him or her to be granted
limited leave to remain in circumstances where
he or she satisfied requirements under the
Immigration Rules for a grant of limited leave
to remain.

(7D)    In this paragraph “Immigration Rules” means the rules as laid
before Parliament by the Secretary of State under section 3(2)
of the Immigration Act 1971 (general provisions for regulation
and control).”

Clause 68

LORD WIGLEY

 

Page 59, line 8, at end insert—

“( )     Regulations under subsection (1) and (2) which apply to Wales may only
be made with the consent of the National Assembly for Wales”.

Clause 72

LORD WIGLEY

 

Page 61, line 38, at end insert—

“( )     Public authorities in Wales may substitute in this section, the terms
“Welsh” or “English and Welsh”, for the term “English”, as they deem fit.”

 

Prepared 10th March 2016