For social and welfare workers, the complexities of immigration law may at first appear daunting. In this book Steve Cohen examines the law as it applies to the family and welfare, giving pointers for good practice.May be carried out by an independent translator in the UK, the embassy or consulate (of the childa#39;s country) or undertaken in the childa#39;s country. ... Following adoption or equivalent in childa#39;s country, UK entry clearance procedure is completed.
|Title||:||Immigration Controls, the Family and the Welfare State|
|Publisher||:||Jessica Kingsley Publishers - 2001-01|