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HISTORY OF IMMIGRATION LAW IN UK

The B____ N_______ Act (19__) conferred the status of ______ ______ on all __________ subjects and recognised their right to ____ and ______ in the UK - introduced in order to ______ the Britain after ____.

a) The British Nationality Act 1948
b) British citizen
c) Commonwealth
d) work
e) settle
f) rebuild
g) WW2

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HISTORY OF IMMIGRATION LAW IN UK

The 19__ C_______ I_______ Act allowed ________ applicants to have ____ _____, which were given to mostly _____ immigrants, such as ______ or _______.

a) 1962 Commonwealth Immigrants Act
b) Commonwealth
c) work permits
d) skilled
e) doctors
f) teachers

3

HISTORY OF IMMIGRATION LAW IN UK

The 19__ I________ Act stated that from 19__, the right of _____ in the UK was limited to those with ____ ____ to the UK, such as a _____ or _________ who was ____ here.

a) 1971 Immigration
b) 1971
c) living
d) prior link
e) parent or grandparent
f) born

4

HISTORY OF IMMIGRATION LAW IN UK

From 19__, Britain joined the ___. The S_____ E______ Act 19__ meant that by 19__, other members of the ___ could ____ and ____ in the UK.

a) 1973
b) EU
c) The Single European Act 1987
d) 1993
e) EU
f) live and work

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HISTORY OF IMMIGRATION LAW IN UK

The N______, I_______ and A_____ Act 20__ meant that people had to take an ____ on British ______ to gain ________ (B_____ C_______ T___)

a) The Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002
b) exam
c) culture
d) citizenship
e) British Citizenship Test

6

Since 20__, where have foreign-born individuals moving to the UK tended to be from?

2000

Asian (Pakistani, Indian + Bangladeshi)
African/African Caribbean

7

Why are migrants likely to cause a rise in birth rate?

95% of migrants in the last 10 years were 45 or under, pushing up birth and fertility rate.

8

List 2 ways in which globalisation had made it more likely that people will migrate (2).

Rapid, safe & cheap transport systems available.
Mass communication eg satellite TV & internet.

9

Describe the difference between 'push' factors and 'pull' factors causing people to migrate to the UK.

Push = forced to leave eg fleeing persecution
Pull = wanting to come eg job opportunities