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Instead, it has been revealed he will be overseeing the transition before taking up other duties at the new office.

We put the news to our Facebook followers, asking whether they thought splitting UKBA was a good idea. 

Matt Craig posted: “So how does changing the organisational structure help clear the backlog? If the changes to the structure are to be made within existing budget constraints, then surely that means less money spent on the resources needed to clear the backlog.”

Kiwis In London’s Clint Heine said: “It’s a good idea if it doesn’t turn into another monster of a bureaucracy.

However, the lives of so many Kiwis, many who had a once-in-a-lifetime chance to enjoy life in the UK, have been ruined. I look forward to any positive changes that allow law-abiding Commonwealth citizens an easier route to the UK for work and tourism.”

So what does this mean for TNT’s petition? No decision has yet been made to rename UKBA. It’s going to be the same staff, the same bosses – the same people dealing with your applications.

That means our demands remain the same. We’ll be keeping the pressure on, and we need your support. Our government e-petition has been approved – visit tntmagazine.com/ukba. There’s still work to be done.

Have you suffered at the hands of the UKBA? We want to hear your story, email carol.driver@tntmultimedia.com

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