Move means Home Office will not conduct checks on residents or those coming forward to help authorities in fire inquiry

The Home Office has announced a temporary 12-month immigration “amnesty” for survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire.

The immigration minister, Brandon Lewis, told MPs the move was in recognition of the fact that some foreign nationals directly affected by the fire did not wish to “engage with the authorities” because of their concerns about their unresolved immigration status or because their permission to stay in Britain was about to expire.

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