Is Mnangagwa’s New  Government paving the way for  UK mass removals of failed Zimbabwean Asylum Claimants ?

Three months.  That is  the amount of time the UK Government  gave  undocumented Zimbabweans before broaching  the subject of enforcing their return  following Mugabe’s ouster on 21 November 2017.  Time to come down from the  lingering  false high induced  by Mugabe’ s departure, back to a crashing reality and forlorn acceptance  that,  “Hapana zvambochinja muZimbabwe”, ie nothing much has changed in Zimbabwe.

Apparently, it has been reported by various Zimbabwean media outlets on 13 February 2018, that one of Zimbabwe’s Vice Presidents,  Kembo Mohadi met  with the British Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Ms Catriona Lang in Harare. An interesting array of  subjects came up for discussion,  however the one  that has made the headlines is an announcement by the British  Government of its intention  to  repatriate some 2500 undocumented Zimbabweans  residing  in the UK.  It has been  reported that  the Vice President   told journalists after the meeting that,  “ Zimbabwean has no problems receiving its nationals back but would want them vetted  to ensure  they are genuine  Zimbabweans before taking them back”. 


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Guidance on the Interaction Between the Immigration Acts 2014 and 2016 (Kindle edition)

My first kindle friendly guide on the interaction between the Immigration Act 2014 and the Immigration Act 2016 is now available on Amazon UK.  The guide provides useful navigation and unravels the complexities within the immigration Act 2014 and 2016  for immigration practitioners or those simply with an interest in keeping up-to date with UK legislative changes in immigration law.


Kindle bookYou can have a little preview by clicking the link below:

“A Guide To Understanding The Interaction Between The Immigration Acts 2014 and 2016”


The guide can be bought on Amazon for only £3.81.  Further guides will be available and notified on my blog and can be bought through Amazon UK.