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50 years of family immigration: Changes in British legislation for partner and family immigration: 1955-2005:Part I: 1955–1973

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law

Edited by:
Dr Helena Wray
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Professional
Publication Date:
June 2022
(2006) Vol 20, No 1 IANL The 1950s – encouraging immigration The 1950s and 1960s – backlash and government response Commonwealth Immigrants Act 1962 – a ‘temporary’ measure What dependants were allowed? Africans of British descent Labour takes power Introduction of entry certificates and other changes made in 1966 Commonwealth Immigrants Act 1968 Appeal rights Aliens The first Immigration Rules Entry certificates become compulsory 1970 Immigration Rules Immigration Act 1971 European migration Entry certificates give way to entry clearance Conclusion ...

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