Racist Britain to Charge Africans £3,000 to Enter the UK

Racist Britain to Charge Africans  £300 to Enter the UK
Right- wing politician Theresa May

AFRICANGLOBE – Foreigners from countries that Britain deems to be “high risk” will have to pay a £3,000 fee to enter Britain under a tough new crackdown on immigration to the former colonial power that got wealthy by invading other countries.

A pilot scheme to be rolled out by Britain’s Home Secretary Theresa May in November will charge visitors from six African and Asian countries to come into the country.

The Australian-style tactics mean foreigners would lose the £3,000 cash bond if they overstay their visas.

The first scheme will cover India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nigeria and Ghana.

Visitors from those countries will have to pay the bond as security against living here illegally.

Ms May said: “This is the next step in making sure our immigration system is more selective, bringing down net migration from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands, while still welcoming the brightest and the best to Britain.”
She added: “In the long run we’re interested in a system of bonds that deters overstaying and recovers costs if a foreign national has used our public services.”

The Home Office is targeting countries which have high volumes of visitor visa applications and what it deems to be relatively high levels of fraud and abuse.

According to the report, the move by Home Secretary, Theresa May, is designed to show that Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservative Party was serious about cutting immigration and abuses of the system.

The populist United Kingdom Independence Party had been encroaching on the Conservatives’ traditional core right-wing vote in recent months.

Cameron wants annual net migration down below 100,000 by 2015.

“This is the next step in making sure our immigration system is more selective, bringing down net migration from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands while still welcoming the brightest and the best to Britain,” May was quoted as saying.

“In the long run we’re interested in a system of bonds that deters overstaying and recovers costs if a foreign national has used our public services.”

A Home Office official said the six countries highlighted were those with “the most significant risk of abuse.”

Last year, about 296,000 people granted six-month visas were from India, 101,000 from Nigeria, 53,000 from Pakistan and 14,000 each were from Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.