British MP Robert Jenrick took in a family of Ukrainian refugees
The former cabinet minister and current Tory MP, Robert Jenrick has taken in a Ukrainian refugee family under a government scheme. However, he criticized the “overly bureaucratic” process for resettling refugees, saying visas took too long.
On the visa process, he said: “Truth be told, it has been a bumpy start to the scheme. It’s taken too long to get visas, for us it took about three weeks to get all three visas approved.”
He is hosting Ukrainian Maria, 40, and her two children, Bohdan, 15, and Khrystyna, 11. The children’s father has stayed in Ukraine to fight the Russian invasion.
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