An online database has gone live to answer immigration questions relating to entry and domicile in the UK.
The Electronic Immigration Network, trustees of which include the National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux, Law Centres Federation and Refugee Council, is designed primarily for lawyers and advisers in the voluntary sector.
It includes relevant Acts of Parliament, Amnesty Campaign reports and links to human rights sites, as well as a message from the government pledging a firmer, faster and fairer immigration control in the UK.
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