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This work is aimed at professionals who work in the fields of welfare and education and who increasingly require knowledge of immigration law and politics. It shows how restrictions are historically a product of racism and argues that there can not be ""fair"" controls. The link between immigration status and entitlement to welfare and social provision means that immigration and asylum law directly impinges on major areas of life. The text begins by covering the main issues:-