Mar 04 2014

Bob Blackman MP to Welcome Immigration Minister for Q&A in Kenton

bob_blackmanLocal MP, Bob Blackman, will be welcoming newly appointed Minister for Immigration, James Brokenshire, to Kenton for a question and answer session with local members of the Indian community.

The Minister is coming to the KP Hall on Wednesday 12th March at 11am and will be answering questions on matters which related to his brief, including visa applications and appeals processes, work permits and general issues related to immigration.

Bob Blackman MP commented: “It is very important that Ministers engage with the communities they serve so I am delighted that James Brokenshire has agreed to come to our area and provide assistance on specific issues from his complex brief that a lot of my constituents do have difficulty navigating. I anticipate a very warm welcome to the Minister and a lively session of questions.”

The event is being organised with the assistance of the National Council of Gujarati Organisations. For further information about attending the event, please email info@ukncgo.org

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