Ms Patel will afterwards set out her plans to get the”largest overhaul of the UK’s asylum system in years”, which has come under sharp criticism from human rights campaigners.
In a statement, the Home Office stated:”For the very first time, if individuals enter the UK legally or illegally will have an effect on the way their asylum claim advances, and in their standing in the united kingdom in that claim is powerful.
“We’ll make every attempt to eliminate those who enter the UK illegally travelled through a safe state where they could and ought to have claimed asylum.”
The UN’s refugee agency has expressed concern with the programs, telling The Guardian which asylum seekers aren’t qualified under international law”to employ from the first safe country they experience”.
Kate Allen, director of Amnesty International UK, stated:”For decades, Home Office ministers — beneath successive administrations — have demonised those who’ve come to the nation to work, research, combine family or seek asylum at a blind and unattainable pursuit of management with no semblance of humanity or compassion.
“What we actually want is to get the Home Office to finish this dangerous routine that’s doing untold harm to individuals caught up in its own systems while increasingly introducing the UK as firmly on the side of abusers, exploiters and oppressors instead of their victims.”