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Refugees and asylum seekers: a review from an equality and human rights perspective. Research Report 52

By Peter J. Aspinall and Charles Watters
Topics: JV, JX
Publisher: Equality and Human Rights Commission
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:24337

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  2. (2007). 10 The latest information reveals that 52,000 cases in the asylum backlog (legacy cases include unresolved asylum applications lodged with the Border and Immigration Agency before 5
  3. (2008). 12 The voucher system for asylum seekers had originally been scrapped in 2002. In
  4. (2005). 26 This data was also released under the Freedom of Information Act
  5. (2004). 4 The regulations in question are the National Health Service (Charges to Overseas Visitors) Regulations 1989SI/1989/306, effective from 1
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