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Argentine (Immigration Rules)

Volume 22: debated on Tuesday 20 April 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department when he expects to amend the immigration rules following the imposition of a visa requirement on Argentinians.

The 1967 visa abolition agreement with the Argentine Republic was suspended by that country on 8 April, and I announced the following morning that from noon all Argentine nationals wishing to enter the United Kingdom would need to obtain visas before travelling. I laid before Parliament the consequent statement of change in Immigration Rules yesterday.