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Formal meeting (oral evidence session): Family Migration

Justice and Home Affairs Committee
Family Migration

Tuesday 6 September 2022

Start times: 10.00am (private) 10.00am (public)


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Lords Committee considers the impact of migration policies on local authorities and their partners

The Justice and Home Affairs Committee is holding its third oral evidence session as part of its inquiry into the Life in the UK test.

 

Meeting details

At 10.00am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Family Migration
Chair at Nagalro, The Professional Association for Children's Guardians, Family Court Advisers and Independent Social Workers
Director, Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity at Centre on Migration Policy and Society
Children's Service Manager at Hertfordshire County Council
Principal Policy and Project Officer in the Health and Social Services Team at London Councils

The Committee is considering the impact of migration policies on local authorities and their partners, such as voluntary organisations, professional care providers, or private landlords. The Committee is particularly interested in situations where families are separated by immigration rules, and the impact it has on these stakeholders

Possible questions

  • Which stakeholders do local authorities most commonly cooperate with when delivering services to unaccompanied children and resettled families?
  • What resources are available to local authorities (and their partners) in the deliverance of services to unaccompanied children and resettled families?
  • How does welcoming an unaccompanied child compare with welcoming a child accompanied by an adult relative?

Further information

 

 

Location

Room 4, Palace of Westminster

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