not so, if I read UK DailymailPhantomX wrote: Guidelines for Grant of PR change with planned or unplanned changes to Immigration policies which are thoughtfully worked out like in all other countries on political, demographic, social and other prevailing and topical issues of concern to the government and of course those governed ie the electorate.
Seems UK has gone on to making the system so transparent, immigrants can sue the government for rejecting the residency - so much so, now they are in a catch-22 situations - or so it seems.
So, an illegal immigrant comes, and he is put in holding area, and while waiting, honoured guest finds out he qualifies for residency, and he applies, and if the UK govt rejects the residency, he can sue them for 'basic rights' not protected or whatever ...
Well, maybe I am smoking too much weed, but the Dailymail also goes on to say that UK is the top immigrant magnet, and the UK Govt can do nothing about it and they are forced to admit even those they don't want ..
Some Brit here could explain that though
Sorry if that was a bit of a thread-drift ..
Some news, if it was so true ..
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... money.html