A woman who was born and raised in the UK has been told by the Home Office that she may have to go back to Germany where her ancestors are from. Elizabeth Windsor, 91, who gave her occupation as ‘the blahdy Queen’ has been given 14 days to prove she deserves to stay in the UK or face deportation.
Officials say that they are unsure if ‘Queen’ is a skilled occupation that had a shortage of qualified applicants. When Ms Windsor pointed out that there was normally only one Queen needed in the UK and had filled the position for 65 years, the Home Office said she would still have to fill out a 97-page application form and pay £1,500 if she wanted to stay.
Her Greek/German husband has been advised to apply for refugee status as an unaccompanied minor as he would probably be accepted, fostered out to a nice couple and enrolled in the 6th form at West Croydon High School.