SPEAK UP on How the New Immigration Rules affect you to Ann McKechin MP for N Glasgow on Tues 28 August. An immigration specialist from Livingston Brown Solicitors will have information and will answer your questions on the recent changes.


Next Tuesday 28 August, an opportunity has been arranged by West of Scotland Regional Equality Council (WSREC) in partnership with Ann McKechin, MP for North Glasgow, to hear your views on the new Immigration Rules enforced by the UK Home Office on 9 July.

You’ll be able to find out more about the new Rules and how they are likely to affect you, your work and your family life as a young or an older person, British-born or not. Perhaps they already have affected you; in which case, it would be a good chance to have Ms McKechin hear it firsthand! The UK Parliament will be discussing the Rules after the summer break so your voice and your experience will contribute to the movement to Stop these Immigration changes.

David McGlashan of Livingston Brown Solicitors will also be on hand with information and to answer questions.

EVENT DETAILS:
Date Tuesday 28 August 2012
Time 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Place 39 Napiershall Street, Glasgow G20 6EZ

SPACES ARE LIMITED SO REGISTER TODAY:

Contact WSREC 0141 337 6626
Email kwong@wsrec.co.uk

Light refreshments will be available.

FOR USEFUL INFORMATION ON THE NEW IMMIGRATION RULES, click these links:

1) UK Home Office’s Statement of Intent: Family Migration

2) Keeping Families Apart, Migrants Rights Network Briefing Paper

3) Sonel’s blog: Inhuman – New Family Migration Rules eradicate Right to Care for Elderly Parents of British Citizens

4) Family Rules: effect on Elderly Dependent Relatives from JCWI

5) Keep Families United – Over to you, now from JCWI