EU workers with British citizenship can bring in non-EU partners and other family members without meeting income restrictions, according to a court.
Britain faces having to accept migrants who arrive on two military bases in Cyprus after an Appeal Court ruling yesterday.
But the number is still miles from Theresa May's target to reduce it to the tens of thousands.
More than six million asylum seekers are waiting to cross into Europe, a leaked intelligence report warns.
Today, the biggest drivers of migration are likely to be the lower cost of transportation and the demographics in Africa.
Theresa May wishes to control the number of people coming to UK from the EU
Campaign group presses home secretary to order full evaluation of ‘right to rent’ immigration status checks by landlords.
Labour's plans reject imposing 'bogus immigration targets' on the border rules.
Your leading article (May 9) makes no mention of a critical issue — namely, the impact of current levels of immigration on our population.
The move would help UK businesses transition from relying on EU workers to fill roles.
As employers warn of a looming skills shortage following Britain’s exit from the European Union, a “brickie visa” has been touted as the solution.
Labour's draft manifesto commits to scrapping minimum income rules for the partners of non-EU migrants, making it easier for them to come to the UK.
Non-EU citizens may have the right to residence in the EU if their children are EU citizens, the European Court of Justice has ruled.
In less than two years, we will leave the European Union. It is vital that we are ready on day one.
In 2009, net migration was 196,000. Today it’s around 300,000, bringing enormous pressures to bear on communities, public services and jobs.
With the Tories promising yet again to bring net migration into the tens of thousands, is it achievable this time?
The Conservatives will once again promise to cut net migration to the 'tens of thousands' in their election manifesto, the BBC understands.
The EU has urged China to clamp down on the sale of inflatable dinghies which are falling into the hands of smuggling gangs.
A major clash is expected over the unrestricted right of EU citizens living in Britain to continue to bring immediate family to live with them.
Nearly seven in 10 people do not believe Theresa May will meet her pledge to cut immigration below 100,000.