The U.K.’s Law Commission said Tuesday the country’s immigration rules were confusing, hard to follow and overly expensive.
“For both applicants and case workers, the drafting of the Immigration Rules and frequent updates makes them too difficult to follow. This has resulted in mistakes that waste time and cost taxpayer money,” said Public Law Commissioner Nicholas Paines QC in a statement.
“By improving the drafting, restructuring the layout and removing inconsistencies, our recommendations will make a real difference by saving money and increasing public confidence in the rules,” he said.
The Law Commission is an independent commission set up