Migration and homelessness in the United Kingdom
An asylum seeker has an income of GBP 36.95 per week with a poor standard of accommodation and is not permitted to work.
The photos and illustrations throughout the Housing and Homelessness Programme (HHP) section of the report show examples of foreign immigrants who have adapted into life in the United Kingdom, as well as those who have struggled with the system. Their struggles include, but are not limited to, bureaucratical blocks and a lack of the knowledge and necessary documentation to support their valid reasons to be in the country.
Source: Oak Foundation Annual Report
Year of publication: 2016
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