Immigration flights to Rwanda ‘by this summer’
Mrs. Braverman said, “We are working to make this happen as soon as possible. There is a good chance that if good decisions are made, we can act quickly.”
She added: “The great thing about this visit is that we are talking about operationalizing the Migrant Economic Development Partnership. I think Rwanda is clearly ready.”
Appeals court next month Hearing objections to Rwanda’s policies before the judgment in June. The minister expects to proceed with the flight soon if it favors the government and upholds the original High Court ruling.
It is understood that if it does go to the Supreme Court, it will consider whether to initiate deportation with the promise of returning immigrants to the UK if the judgment ultimately turns out to be unfavorable.
A government official said, “We are working hard to start operations by summer.”
Mrs Braverman said the illegal immigration bill, which is due to return to the Commons next week, will also include “several measures” to challenge Strasbourg judges. Use last-minute injunctions to block flightsas happened on the first Rwanda flight scheduled for June last year.
Asked whether the UK would leave the ECHR if European judges blocked the new law, she said: “Ultimately nothing is being considered.”
However, she said: “I am confident that the Rwanda partnership was duly upheld by the High Court in a very broad judgment, a very rigorous analysis by a senior judge.
“Our partnership was found to be legal and in compliance with human rights law, the Refugee Convention and international obligations. I have great confidence in the verdict.”
“Beautiful and high-quality” newly built house
Rwanda is Construction of 40,000 units of permanent housing begins, part of which is allocated to immigrants removed from the UK. She also trained immigration officers to process asylum applications as part of her £140m funding package for the UK. They are said to be “a bit of a challenge” to get started.
The Home Secretary confirmed that the UK is in “constructive dialogue” with countries “around the world” about similar plans, but Only Rwanda was able to stop the boat.
“Rwanda has a capacity in the thousands.
On Saturday, Mrs Braverman visited one of the first “towns” built to permanently house asylum seekers from the UK after they moved from their original hostel and hotel accommodations.
Our 2,500 two- and three-bedroom homes in Kigali offer affordable housing between £14,000 and £30,000. Some of it will be allocated to British asylum seekers, and the rest will be sold to Rwandan civil servants, teachers and health workers.
Once they get a job, they can exercise their right to buy a home.
Mrs. Braverman said, “These homes are really beautiful, high quality and cozy, and I really like your interior designer. i need advice for myself”