Refugees turned away by colleges

15th February 2013 at 00:00

Refugees and asylum seekers are being wrongly turned away from some colleges because staff do not understand complex immigration rules, according to a report by the Refugee Council. Based on a survey of 70 colleges in England and interviews with asylum seekers and refugees, the report concludes that colleges are often confused about asylum seekers' eligibility for courses.

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