Immigration enforcement teams have set home office goals to remove people who are considered to have no right to stay in the UK turned out.
Investigated by MEPs investigating the problems of the Windrush generation, Home Secretary Amber Rudd denies that targets are currently being used.
An inspection report from December 201
The Home Office said it was never policy to arbitrarily make decisions in order to achieve a goal.
The Windrush series erupted after relatives of migrants from the Caribbean Commonwealth who had settled in the United Kingdom in the late 1940s to the 1970s, illegal immigrants were not a set of documents that proved that they have lived continuously in the UK.
Some of the Windrush generation were threatened with deportation, lost their jobs or were refused access to medical treatment.
Their plight has provoked a storm criticizing the government, where Prime Minister Theresa May apologizes for her treatment.
Labor urged Mrs Rudd, who succeeded Mrs May as Minister of the Interior, in July 2016 to leave the tale.
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Address to the home affairs committee Ms Rudd said she had asked for more removal of illegal immigrants, but she did not know the proposal a union official to pursue regional goals.
She said, "We have no destinations for moving." Add "If you ask me if there are a number of people we expect to be removed, we will not work."
The Home Secretary said she would "certainly take a look" at the evidence that MPs heard about goals.
Glyn Williams, a senior immigration officer, also said he does not believe such goals exist.
The exchange got committee chair Yvette Cooper to say that if Mrs. Rudd and Mr. Williams avoided allegations that they had a "lack of support" in the area, the problem would have to be quickly "cleared up" exercised.
Lucy Moreton, Secretary General of Immigration, Called National Members Member States The target, which had broken down regionally, was to illegally remove people in the UK, and staff were under "increasing pressure".
She said the government's net migration goal was downgraded by the operational arm of the Ministry of Interior to a … net move target that the enforcement teams would have to meet so they want to remove a certain number of people from any one Month. "
The inspection report of December 2015 on the deportations of the Chief Inspector for Border and Immigration makes it clear that there were certain objectives at that time.
It is said that the Ministry of the Interior has a target of 12,000" volunteers "for 2015-16. Withdrawals from people without residence rights who were spread across 19 enforcement teams across the UK.
There was also a target to remove families illegally in the country, although the inspection report said it was not a "useful performance measure."
In her statements to the committee, Ms. Rudd pointed out that the Conservative goal of reducing net immigration below 100,000 contributed to the Windrush problem.
"The problem here is that the People were not properly documented, "she said.
The government has set up a task force to help those affected by Windrush, i formalize your status.
So far, 3,800 calls have been made to the helpline, of which 1,364 were potentially Windrush Falls, members of parliament were told on Wednesday.
Ms. Rudd told the Commons Home Affairs Committee that they were still examining the problem for months, and said officials said how many people had been arrested over their assumed immigration status.
"I look back with retrospect and I'm surprised I did not see the shape of it earlier," she said. "I deeply regret that I no longer saw it as isolated cases that went awry and that I had to tackle, and I did not consider it a systemic issue until recently."