|Title: Immigration Controls, the Family and the Welfare State: a handbook of Law, Theory, Politics and Practice for Local Authority, Voluntary Sector and Welfare State Workers and Legal Advisors.
by Steve Cohen (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2001)
Material type: Monograph
Description: A handbook for professionals working in fields related to immigration. It outlines current immigration controls and contains recommendations for good, anti-racist practice, illustrated by the use of case studies. It examines the law, including the 1999 Immigration and Asylum Act, in relation to welfare benefits, housing, education, medical and social services. The handbook also focuses on the role of campaigns and includes a useful appendix of relevant organisations and agencies.