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Madeleine Sumption 21h
Key points from today's migration stats: 1) overall net migration broadly stable; 2) after referendum, EU net migration fell and non-EU net migration rose; 3) in most recent year, both the EU fall and the non-EU rise more or less leveled off.
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MigrationObservatory 21h
Our latest press release: A new immigration system can’t be introduced the day after a no-deal Brexit
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Dominic Casciani Aug 21
The ONS's admission that there has been a problem with its migration stats is important - but not a surprise. Academic experts like and have been saying for ages that the figures don't fully make sense.
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COMPAS Aug 21
UK migration statistics lose their ‘National Statistics’ status as confirms problems measuring EU and non-EU net migration. New comment from
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MigrationObservatory Aug 21
Big news - has downgraded its quarterly migration stats to “experimental statistics” rather than official national statistics. We have pointed out the flaws for some time: Understanding different migration data sources - Office for National Statistics
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COMPAS Aug 20
If you're an student and found great inspiration this Summer do consider our . Might be of interest to ?
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Madeleine Sumption Aug 20
Replying to @MigObs
The path to settlement is much longer for some people than others. Most common time from initial visa to settlement was 5 years for people coming as family members and 10 years for international students
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Madeleine Sumption Aug 20
New briefing from shows declining share of non-EU migrants getting ILR/permanent settlement over time.
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amelia gentleman Aug 19
Hoping to speak to EU citizens who have not yet got settled status about the Home Secretary's proposal to end free movement on 31 October in case of no deal - amelia.gentleman@theguardian.com
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MigrationObservatory Aug 19
What does 's apparent decision to end free movement on day one of Brexit actually mean? Our director, , was on explaining what we do and don't know - the section starts at 7:10 here:
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Carlos Vargas-Silva Aug 20
Cost in 2019 (£2,389) is more than double the cost five years before (£1,093 in 2014)!
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MigrationObservatory Aug 20
Our newly updated briefing, Settlement in the UK, deals with both EU and non-EU nationals, and contains a new, expanded, policy explainer.
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Will Allen Aug 15
If you’re at APSA this year, go find and her new paper. She’s a fantastic quant political scientist working on immigration (). And a great colleague for the past few years!
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Peter Gatrell Aug 14
The Unsettling of Europe by Peter Gatrell review – the great migration, 1945 to the present
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COMPAS Aug 15
Don't miss our forthcoming event with - Reflections on to Europe & migration policy responses 2015-2019 by Rainer Münz, migration adviser
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MigrationObservatory Aug 15
New stats on EU Settlement Scheme today showing over 1m applications received. This means around 30% of the estimated 3.3m non-Irish EU citizens living in UK have applied so far.
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MigrationObservatory Aug 14
Work visas have been in the news again with Boris Johnson's announcement on scientists. If you want an overview of the current work visa system in UK, see our briefing: . The 'exceptional talent' route the govt plans to expand issued only 528 visas in 2018.
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politics.co.uk Aug 12
Standing firm: Hidden parliamentary battle against Hostile Environment has lessons for no-deal
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IMIX Jul 25
Such a helpful blog on the Australian points-based system, what it is and what its impact would be in the UK
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