Fingerprinting foreign national offenders (FNOs)

Modernised guidance for how UK Visas and Immigration decides to fingerprint foreign offenders.

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Fingerprinting foreign national offenders (FNOs)

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UK Visas and Immigration modernised guidance about how it request fingerprints from foreign national offenders (FNOs).

Published 29 October 2013