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Voting Rights for Migrants in the UK

If you are a Commonwealth Citizen, then you are eligible to vote in the UK elections.

To vote in the UK General Election you must be registered to vote and:

aged 18 or over on polling day

a British citizen,

Commonwealth citizen or a citizen of the Irish Republic

not legally excluded from voting

It takes two minutes to register to vote online. You can register to vote here.

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New Biometric Resident Permits (BRPs) for non-EEA visa applicants


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The Home Office is issuing new Biometric Resident Permits (BRPs) for non-EEA visa applicants applying for UK visas.

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Be Part of 'The New British' - Photographic Portraits of London Migrant Families

Chris Steele-Perkins Afghanistan Migrant Family

Renowned British photographer Chris Steele-Perkins, with work in the Tate, the V&A and the National Portrait Gallery, is collecting a series of portraits of migrant families from around the world living in London, UK entitled: The New British.

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Creative Industries Showcase at Channel 4 for BAME Graduates

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Creative Access, a charity providing opportunities for paid internships in the creative industries for young people from BAME backgrounds, are having a FREE creative Industries showcase at Channel 4 offices. It will take place Wednesday 1st April from 6-8pm.

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UKIP now wants “a fair and reasonable immigration policy”

UKIP Culture Spokesman Peter Whittle says the UK needs “a fair and reasonable immigration policy” in order to “build a more integrated society”.

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