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Immigration (Extension Refusal)

Volume 229: debated on Thursday 22 July 1993

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many (a) husbands, (b) wives and (c) dependent children have been refused (i) extension of stay and (ii) settlement in the United Kingdom on the

Refusals1, on grounds of maintenance and accommodation, of after-entry applications by husbands and wives (numbers of persons)
Refusals to grant probationary year on grounds of:
AccommodationMaintenanceMaintenance and accommodationRefusals of settlement after probationary year2
1992
Quarter 1
Husbands18
Wives11112
Quarter 2
Husbands1114
Wives14
Quarter 3
Husbands6
Wives3113
Quarter 4
Husbands1312
Wives12212
1993
Quarter 1
Husbands114
Wives117
1 Excluding dependents.
2 Refusals of settlement after probationary year on general considerations, including recourse to public funds.