- Net migration statistics tell us very little about the UK’s need for migrants and the benefits they bring.
- The statistically significant rise in the proportion migrants
Extending NHS charging for migrants will create a discriminatory two-tier health system and increase costs
- The UK’s Immigration Rules allow for refugees to be reunited with their children and dependent partners, but, in an astonishing oversight, do not allow children to be reunited with their paren
Arbitrary net migration target should be abandoned and priority should be placed on creating an effective immigration system
- The drop in net migration is irrelevant.
As opposition to David Cameron’s renegotiation package mounts on the eve of the EU Summit, the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) comments on how scapegoating of migrants has backed
Press Release: British families are currently being ripped apart under the guise of ‘controlling immigration’
The Government radically changed the Family Migration Rules in July 2012, creating a new and inflexible minimum income requirement of £18,600 for British nationals and permanently settled residents
This is JCWI's initial reaction on the announcement of the consultation on the Government's plans to charge a levy on incoming migrants for potential use of NHS services.