This briefing provides an overview of the NRPF policy and how it impacts the everyday lives of people who are subject to immigration control. It also analyses the impact of the nationality and borders bill and proposes NRPF reforms.
In this briefing paper, we will explore the implications of the end of the EU settlement scheme and outline which cohorts are at most risk as the deadline passes.
In this final report on the 'hostile environment', we assess six different policy options for addressing its adverse impacts on individuals and communities and for reforming the current system of immigration enforcement.
Eight leading employers' associations joint statement in support of IPPR immigration reform policy proposals to increase flexibility and reward employers who invest in local skills
The UK is set to introduce a new system for work-based immigration in January 2021. For the first time in decades, the government will apply the same rules on migration to both EU and non-EU citizens.
England’s directly elected regional mayors – including the eight metro mayors and the mayor of London – have a critical role to play in facilitating the inclusion and integration of migrants.
Over the past decade, the government has rolled out a series of measures aimed at creating a ‘hostile environment’ for people living in the UK without immigration status. In this report, we assess the impacts of the hostile environment on individuals and communities.
Non-UK citizens and UK citizens returning from living abroad face different barriers to making a claim to universal credit to others living in the UK. They are often required to pass a habitual...
In this short briefing, we set out the economic risks for migrant workers posed by the current Coronavirus crisis and propose a number of urgent measures in response, in order to provide a social...
The government’s proposals to end freedom of movement will have different consequences for different parts of the UK. This paper explores how the proposals could impact on the economy of Bristol and...