HC Deb 13 March 1947 vol 434 c226W
58. Mr. King

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he is aware that F. F. Mocciolo, of New York, formerly in the U.S. Navy, and now living with an English wife in Falmouth, holds a passport allowing him to reside in England for 12 months upon the express condition that he never does any work, paid or unpaid; and whether, in our present circumstances, he will consider removing this restriction.

Mr. Ede

This man was allowed to land as a visitor and as soon as the facts were brought to notice steps were taken to rectify the position. I informed my hon. and gallant Friend before this Question appeared on the Order Paper that the endorsement on the passport would be removed if the man would forward it to my Department.

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