We want UK citizens to be aware that the arrival of Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants into the UK will have a massive impact on the UK landscape.
(PRWEB) December 11, 2012
Following the review, a statement from a UK Immigration Barristers spokesperson said: “We want UK citizens to be aware that the arrival of Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants into the UK will have a massive impact on the UK landscape, as new housing development projects will consume areas of land in order to house those expected to come to Britain.”
An in-depth review from UK Immigration Barristers discovered that approximately one million migrants from Eastern European nations now live in Britain. This mind blowing figure means that one in every 67 citizens of eight former communist countries has come to Britain.
Countries such as Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Slovenia all became members of the European Union back in 2004, allowing them unrestricted access to the British labour market. Now, with the arrival of Bulgarian and Romanian immigrants appearing to be imminent from 2013, the UK labour market is on the brink of becoming even more competitive.
A UK Immigration Barristers Spokesperson said: “In order to accommodate new immigrant arrivals we determine that large areas of the UK countryside are likely to be built upon and it would appear that Britain has limited control on the millions of people set to arrive in 2013.”
The UK Immigration Barristers review also asserts that there are no official estimates as to how many Romanian and Bulgarian nationals will be coming to England and other UK Nations in 2013. What the review has established is that a number of controls currently being enforced will have to be lifted in order to meet European Union rules.
The UK Immigration Barristers review concluded that: “We are certain to see a rise in the number of applications for an EEA Residence Permit via our service as we prepare for a massive influx of immigrants from these two nations. Our concern remains to help those in need of assistance from our service and we’ll do our utmost to support them.”