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UKBAUnited Kingdom Border Agency
UKBAUS-Kazakhstan Business Association
UKBAUnited Kingdom Business Advisors
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In a statement, the Metropolitan police said action against PIA crew members was taken by the UKBA which is directly dealt by the Home Office.
Qualitative interviews were carried out with 20 women who had been dispersed and/or relocated by the UKBA while pregnant.
Mark Harper, the immigration minister, said: "The UKBA was a troubled organisation for many years, which is why the Home Secretary took the decision to split the agency.
The Home Affairs Select committee launched a scathing attack on former UKBA chief Lin Homer, now the head of Britain's tax office, for her "catastrophic leadership failure".
The committee slammed former UKBA chief Lin Homer, now the head of Britain's tax office, for her "catastrophic leadership failure".
"The British taxpayer must be assured that there are no similar live cases, or be advised of the action the UKBA is taking against the individuals involved."
Unscrupulous Last night Birmingham Hall Green Labour MP Roger Godsiff, whose constituency includes some of the firms fined, praised the efforts of the UKBA and hit out at unscrupulous employers for using illegal workers.
She said: "As part of UKBA licence agreements, every university is obliged to carry out attendance monitoring to be able to certify at any time, to any visit by the UKBA, that an international student is present on campus and engaged in their studies.
He said the evidence demonstrated "serious failings with G4S as a provider of important services and raises severe concerns the Government is simply not capable of managing UKBA effectively".
Summary: The chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee says UKBA "misled parliament" over the agency's backlog of cases.
It comes as the UKBA stages a string of raids to catch illegal workers after acting on tip-offs from the public.