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Sparepocket
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Would it be unconstitutional and a breach of human rights if any non-EU national was coming in to the UK to work and had to have his fingerprints recorded in a law enforcement/immigration data base (linked to INTERPOL’s records and/or a worldwide database of convicted criminals)? After all,every non US national flying into the US is finger-printed at Immigration.
Those non-EU nationals with criminal records would immediately be flagged up and then there wouldn’t be any embarasment (for the employer) down the line.

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