Kate Hammer
Jan 18, 2017 · 2 min read

Depriving young people of the country they call home, by design

What would you do if the child you had birthed & raised were denied residency in the country where you live legally and where your child has always lived? The Home Office is sending Prepare to Leave letters to EU citizens with lives wholly based in the UK.

A child as young as 16 has been declined Permanent Residency. What does that mean for that young person’s plans for A levels or Apprenticeship, for FE or university? Do you leave your life because your not-quite-adult child is no longer permitted to stay? Where do you go?

My daughter’s peers are facing this situation (whether or not they consciously know it). Sit with that thought.

Their parents are facing that. Imagine it’s you in their shoes.

And then do something.

Learn enough to be effective.

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Read eulawanalysis.blogspot.be for Human Rights commentary from Prof Steve Peers (@StevePeers), Professor of EU, Human Rights and World Trade Law at University of Essex.

Updated 10 February 2017

Letter sent to the Prime Minister on Feb 10, 2017 from Seb Dance MEP and others
Page 2 of Dance’s Letter to the Prime Minister

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