Monthly Archives: June 2013

Is it family migration if only one family member moves? Reflections on categories of migrants and classifications of migration

By: Leslie Fesenmyer, Research Officer Family migration has recently been in the spotlight in the UK. The 9th of July marked the first anniversary of the family immigration rules that have caused heartache and adversity for many families in the UK and which Sarah … Continue reading

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Dream on

By: Nick Van Hear, Senior Researcher and Deputy Director Are left and right converging on migration? The ConDems and Labour seem set in an ugly race to the bottom to out-clip UKIP for votes, as they think (mistakenly in my view) … Continue reading

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