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Home Office to decide on Inga Lockington's citizenship in two weeks.

May 30, 2018 10:02 AM
Following the farce of the Home Office refusing Councillor Inga Lockington citizenship she has had further contact from them.
Inga said "It has been good to have contact from an Official at the Home Office. I have not been asked to supply any more information for my Citizenship Application to be reconsidered. To me that proves I had submitted enough information in the first place. I will of cause be very happy to supply any other information needed should it be asked for.
Many thanks to everyone who has come forward offering to speak up for me or even man the barricades should it be nessesary. There was no threat of deportation in the letter from the Home Office only this strange sentence about The Home Office not being satisfied that I was a permanent resident.
I am glad the Ipswich Star is taking up the issue of the cost of these applications. The high cost means some residents cannot afford to apply in the first place.
As a Local Councillor I know Local Government are not allowed to "earn money" on many functions, for example Licensing, they can charge customers the cost of the application but cannot use it to earn extra money for the Council".
The article in the Ipswich star may be viewed here-
Cllr Inga Lockington