The government has abandoned its plan to charge £65 for EU citizens applying for 'settled status' after Brexit – but what does it secure.
Research shows people are more likely to reject international students when they are perceived as a threat to themselves or their children.
It's time to tell the truth about immigration.
The UK government has done little to prove how it will continue to attract highly skilled migrants after Brexit.
The British government's immigration plans may be long-awaited, but they have not come at a good time.
Theresa May is courting ethnic minority support for her Brexit deal with her rhetoric on EU nationals 'jumping the queue'.
Civil society groups continue to fight against the creeping demands of the UK's immigration system.
Britain's system of internal immigration enforcement is not working.
Labour's immigration plans are progressive, but could still get bogged down in red tape.
It's not as simple as just hiring more immigration officers.
New data shows 73 pregnant women were detained for immigration reasons between July 2016 and November 2017.
The UK government presents itself as a pioneer in tackling modern slavery, but it doesn't allow victims to remain legally in the UK. Time is apt for the system to be overhauled.
In its Brexit white paper, the UK government proposed a new UK-EU youth mobility scheme. But the details remain vague.
And it doesn't involve immigrant bashing. Quite the opposite.
Two murders of a disabled asylum seeker and a disabled refugee in Bristol showed how precarious life has become for people on the margins.
While the UK does not indefinitely detain children, there are cases where minors are held – and in extreme cases, separated from their parents.
It is still unhelpful and hyperbolic to compare the Trump administration with the Nazi regime. But we must be aware of similarities, too.
Details have been published of how EU citizens in the UK can apply for 'settled status' after Brexit. But it may have some teething problems.
During World War II, many Anglo-Italians who had come to the UK as economic migrants, were interned as 'enemy aliens' – and some deported.
New analysis from the Migration Observatory suggests skilled visa could still be refused in the future despite recent moves to exempt doctors and nurses from the cap.