Briefing & Reports
Hundreds of thousands of EU citizens living in the UK have no guarantee that they will be able to stay, because the Government has broken its promise to give status to everyone who is not a serious
On this page you will find our response to the Department of Health's most recent review of up-front charging in hospitals for overseas visitors.
This note is for people who want to apply to live in th
Sleepy summer days are about to end with a bang in early September, when MPs come back to Westminster and Brexit debates begin again with full force.
This document is a resource for those attending and speaking at political hustings and debates in the run-up to June 8th.
Our guide has been updated as of 7 April 2017 with new information about the ongoing negotiations, and updated resources for EEA+ nationals and their family members looking to secure their
This new position paper looks at the shape of a post-Brexit immigration policy.
This report examines the impact of the 'right to rent' scheme a year on from its nationwide roll-out in England. The scheme requires landlords and agents to check the immigration status of all pros
Since the result of the June 2016 referendum on UK membership of the European Union, the future status of over 3.5 million EU treaty rights holders has remained uncertain.
This year, whether at a political hustings, social event or garden fete, it will be seemly to debate immigration with good manners and grace.
While there will never be a full cross-party consensus on how immigration should be managed, we believe that all parties across the political spectrum can and should get behind these five broad pri
The briefing outlines our support for amendments to Parts 1 and 2 of the Immigration Bill 2015/16, tabled for report stage in the House of Lords on 9 March
Right to Rent: A Tenant’s Guide to the Landlord Immigration Checks
This briefing outlines JCWI’s support for Baroness Hamwee’s motion that a Humble Address be presented to