Post-entry restrictions and entitlements: What are the consequences of changing policies for family migrants within the UK? Caroline Oliver, Hiranthi Jayaweera and Juan Camilo


Family members migrating from outside the EU are subject to rules determining their rights to access services and benefits once they are in the UK. These vary according to whom they are joining, whether British citizens for instance, settled people, refugees, EEA nationals, workers or students. This briefing sets out emerging findings from research at COMPAS on the implications of these rules and their implementation for migrants’ labour market and social integration.

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