Video report by ITV Anglia's Matthew Hudson.
Nearly half the staff at a Norfolk care home have been ordered to leave Britain after the licence allowing them to work there legally was withdrawn.
Nine people from the Phillipines, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka have been given 60 days to leave Britain, having worked at the care home in Docking near Sandringham, legally, for years.
The UK Border Agency has revoked the Docking House's sponsor licence which gave permission for the workers to be there.
The care home owner says the vulnerable and elderly will be put at risk because it's almost impossible to recruit locally.
A Home Office spokesperson has given this response: