Unjust home office immigration fees

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The Home Office has made more than £800m from nationality services over the past six years.
Young people who have citizenship rights - including thousands born in the UK - have to pay up to £2,000 to apply for either residency or citizenship. This includes children whose parents are British citizens already making contributions to the country for years and years.
Campaigners claim the fees, which they say many people cannot afford, are a "terrible injustice" and "nothing short of a scandal".
Immigration fees were recently increased again.



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