Afghan interpreters' UK immigration rules 'anguish'

Afghan interpreters' UK immigration rules 'anguish'
 

Afghan interpreters who helped British troops fighting the Taliban need help bringing their families to live with them in the UK, a Welsh MP has said.
Newport East MP Jess Morden told BBC Wales men who risked their lives for Britain should not struggle getting visas for their wives and children.
A scheme allowed ex-interpreters to bring their family to the UK if they all came at the same time.
Ministers said they were looking again at how to make the process easier.
About 400 of the 3,500 Afghan civilians who were interpreters for the British Army in Afghanistan moved to the UK under the... read more

 
13 January 2019 in Regional, Views: 58
Source: BBC
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