pellinore Posted February 26 #1 Share Posted February 26 (edited) Ukrainians who have fled the war are struggling to bring loved ones to live with them in the UK because government schemes gave them fewer rights than other refugees. A university lecturer’s mother and sister had to settle in Germany after he had to “give up” trying to bring them to Britain, while a working couple’s elderly parents ended up in Ireland after they were told they could not act as sponsors. They are among numerous Ukrainian families separated by stringent rules stemming from ministers’ decision to give those fleeing the conflict temporary three-year visas, rather than full refugee status. Ukrainians struggling to bring family to UK because of government rules | The Independent Edited February 26 by pellinore Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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