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Points Based System
Think Tank Reports
Osborne's attacks on housing benefits will hit migrants
June 24th 2010
My congratulatory present from my former employers for qualifying as a lawyer wasn’t a card, or flowers, nor indeed a vase. It consisted instead of a file and rota.
Demonstrate Against Likely Closure of Refugee and Migrant Justice
June 17th 2010
Refugee and Migrant Justice (RMJ), the largest provider of specialist legal advice for asylum seekers and other vulnerable migrants in England and Wales, went into administration on June 16 2010.
Child abuse at Yarl's Wood detention centre
June 14th 2010
A five-year-old child was sexually assaulted at Yarl’s Wood immigration detention centre – and the authorities failed to investigate the incident, a report published today reveals. The boy was in the
Marriage language tests
June 14th 2010
JCWI has been vocal in opposing the Government's proposals to introduce an English language requirement for marriage visas.
New language test 'will tear married couples apart'
June 09th 2010
Newlywed Sophie Brown from Britain told today how the latest Home Office rules demanding English language tests before a marriage visa will be issued could prevent her being reunited with her husband.
Labour’s stance on immigration under criticism
June 03rd 2010
By Jim Pickard and James Boxell Pro-immigration groups and leftwing activists have spoken out against Labour’s leadership candidates for blaming the party’s electoral defeat on lax rules allowing to
International report: migration good for developing countries
May 20th 2010
The final report of a four-year research project, involving field work in seven countries, shows that people who migrate from developing countries greatly increase their own income and bring many bene
When they said ‘We will end child detention,’ they meant ‘Keep on arresting babies’
May 19th 2010
by Clare Sambrook
At 11.36 this morning the mother of
Cap in hand: "A limit on migration serves best those who are already here"
May 19th 2010
Damian Green MP has now been appointed the new immigration minister.
JCWI Chief Exec speaks on points-based system
March 19th 2010
JCWI chief executive Habib Rahman spoke last night at the Goldsmiths Students not Suspects teach in about the immigration Points-Based System.