"I know all of you will share the horror that I felt reading about Albert Thompson, denied treatment for cancer unless he could pay up front, denied it having lived here for 44 years".
But who exactly are the Windrush Generation and why are they facing these problems now?
The immigrants are named after the Windrush, one of the first ships that brought Caribbean migrants to Britain in 1948 in the aftermath of World War Two, when labour shortages meant that people from the Commonwealth, a network of mostly former British colonies, were invited to help rebuild the economy.
Nokes encouraged those affected to make contact with the Home Office and said the government is determined to help people build up a picture of their life in the United Kingdom even if they might lack the required documents.
The Windrush Generation ends at 1971 as that is when the Immigration Act came in.
Under the 1971 Immigration Act, all Commonwealth citizens already living in the United Kingdom were given indefinite leave to remain - but the right to free movement between Commonwealth nations was ended from that date onwards.
"I'm very conscious that there are many people who came here prior to January '73, who have every right to be here but just lack the necessary documentation to prove it".
Dave Prentis cited the case of Albert Thompson, who has lived in the United Kingdom for 44 years, who has been told he has to pay £54,000 to have treatment for prostate cancer.
Penny Mordaunt, International Development Secretary, said there was "absolutely no question" of the Windrush generation's right to continue to live and work in the country.
The global development secretary told the BBC there is "no question of their right to remain" in the UK.
Barbados high commissioner Guy Hewitt told the BBC: 'I have held as a great honour the fact that I am the first London-born high commissioner for Barbados.
Labour has called a public meeting with affected people on April 19.
The British government has promised to act to reverse "terrible mistakes" made over the treatment of immigrants from the so-called "Windrush" generation, after revelations that people who came to the United Kingdom decades ago are being told to leave the country.
'Many came here as children, their parents invited to the United Kingdom to work.
'But the Government is treating them as illegal aliens.
Many are now being denied access to health services, prevented from working and in some cases are being threatened with deportation.
Over 200 million eggs are part of the voluntary recall because they might be contaminated with salmonella . The recall came about after the illnesses were reported and the FDA inspected the North Carolina farm.
Forty-six citizens, including six police officers, applied for medical assistance as of 16:30, the Ministry of Health reported. Parliament, which is dominated by the ruling party, is to decide on Tuesday whether to install Sarkysan as prime minister.
In Dorset, 95.5 per cent of parents have received good news that their child has a place at their first choice of school. They will be offered alternative schools - any parents wanting to appeal against the decision can do so on the website.
Baaghi 2 has also become the highest opener of 2018, surpassing Padmaavat which had managed to mint Rs 19 crore on day one. The action drama, starring Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani , has crossed Rs150 crore nett in its India business so far.
It has been a very long time since a numbered Kingdom Hearts game has released, with the last one being 2006's Kingdom Hearts 2 . Kingdom Hearts III will be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year.
Mourinho told reporters, "I won eight titles and I am not on the moon because I won against Manchester City ". Expanding on what United must do to overcome City , Jose continued: "You don't win titles with inconsistency".
The United States is preparing to impose sanctions on Russian Federation for "covering up" the actions of the Assad regime. In her comments, May also alluded to a nerve agent attack in Britain last month on a former Russian spy and his daughter.
South Carolina Department of Corrections did not immediately return a request for comment Monday morning. In February, inmate Robert Odell Brown was killed by another inmate at Lee Correctional Institution.
We have lost a movement leader, a colleague, and a friend. "A lifetime of service may best be preserved by giving a life". He spearheaded a case in which a federal court ruled that schools are obligated to protect gay students from bullying.
He also added six rebounds, four assists and four steals as IN dominated from start to finish and never trailed. On top from the start, IN eventually led by 23 by the third quarter, with racking up 32 points.
Anderson put together five solid seasons in Denver but never truly cemented himself as a reliable featured back. The Broncos had reportedly tried to trade Anderson but chose to release him after multiple failed attempts.
BofA's profit rises on higher interest rates, loan growth
With $37 highest and $24.0 lowest [Target] Bank of America has $33.63 average [Target] or 12.85% above the current ($29.8) price. Moreover, Amica Mutual Ins Communication has 0.91% invested in Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC ) for 312,335 shares.
Weibo bans gay content as part of 'clean-up'
China's internet censors previously announced intentions to ban gay content from the internet . The company previously said that it was acting in accordance with China's cybersecurity laws.
Paul Ryan is going home, and history has its eyes on him
A month before the 2016 election, Ryan said he was "sickened" by Trump's remarks about groping women captured on a 2005 audiotape. With the exception of his legion of dedicated defenders, few will remember Ryan's legacy on Capitol Hill with much fondness.
Sparks Police Search for Robbery Suspect
The suspect was reportedly taken to Paris, where he will be brought before a magistrate Friday afternoon. An additional suspect has been arrested in connection with Kim Kardashian's 2016 Paris robbery .