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How will exiting the European Union affect the UK's border control and immigration policy? Read analysis from Parliament's libraries and committees on the impact of Brexit.
Brexit and borders: migration and asylumExamines the impact of Brexit on the immigration status of EU citizens in the UK, and future policy on migration from the EU to the UK
Brexit: UK–EU movement of peopleReport urges the Government to offer preferential treatment to EU nationals in future immigration policy
Children in crisis: unaccompanied migrant children in the EUReport says unaccompanied migrant children are being systematically let down by the EU, including the UK
Brexit and the UK borderReport says UK border could be exposed from first day of Brexit and Government planning is too relient on a transitional period
Home Office delivery of Brexit: customs operationsReport says the Government's lack of contingency planning for post-Brexit customs operations risks major border disruption
Brexit: impact on free movement rights? (updated 11 July 2017)Looks at the post-Brexit status of EU citizens currently resident in the UK and British citizens in the EU
Government's negotiating objectives: rights of UK and EU citizensReport calls for Government to safeguard the rights of EU nationals in the UK and protect rights to healthcare and pensions
Single Market, citizens' rights and future economic requirementsExamines the impact on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK and considers the UK's future economic requirements
The human rights implications of BrexitReport says the Government must not use fundamental rights as a bargaining chip and calls for protection of residency rights
Brexit: acquired rightsWhat happens to the EU citizenship rights upon which so many rely when the UK leaves the EU?
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