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    ID Cards for ILR's?

    Post by Guest on 11/12/09, 11:51 am

    If your wife has recently obtained her ILR has she been asked to contact the local centre of the border agency to go for her Biometrics?

    We have not heard a thing since March this year.

    Do you need to contact them and ask about the ID Cards?


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    Re: ID Cards for ILR's?

    Post by Guest on 11/12/09, 07:46 pm


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    Re: ID Cards for ILR's?

    Post by Guest on 11/12/09, 10:12 pm

    As I understand it the link you put on Al from the Border Agency if you're making an application for a visa for a person coming from outside European Union you have to apply for a Biometrics ID card.

    Your in same circumstances as myself we will not be applying for any more visas for our wives so at the moment it's not compulsory for foreigners out side the European Union to apply for a Biometrics ID card if it was it would be well advertised in all newspapers in various languages which hasn't appeared yet.

    My advice is don't do anythink till after the general election if we have a change of Government they may probably scrap the whole ID cards completely even if they bring out new laws in the new year would be impossible to process every foreign national in the country before a general election so let's just wait and see what happens,
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    Re: ID Cards for ILR's?

    Post by Guest on 12/12/09, 11:31 am

    From the website of Conservative Party



    A recipe for disaster:

    Weve had data loss after data loss from this incompetent Government.

    * The personal details of 25 million individuals, and the bank details of 15 million people, were lost by HM Revenue and Customs
    * The DVLA lost the details of 3 million learner drivers
    * The names, addresses and expected release dates of every prisoner in England and Wales were on an unencrypted memory stick that went missing

    The introduction of ID cards will see almost 30 separate pieces of personal information about you - including your name, date of birth, previous addresses, photograph, signature, fingerprints and other biometric details stored in one place.

    The potential for another data loss disaster is huge and that is why its vital that everyone who is opposed to ID cards joins our campaign today.

    We will scrap the ID cards scheme, and use some of the savings to build more prison places, provide more drug rehabilitation for those in custody and create a dedicated Border Police Force.

    http://www.conservatives.com/Campaigns/ID_Cards_Labours_Bad_IDea.aspx


    But Peter you could still be right

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