The government is under pressure from MPs and charities to relax family reunion rules for refugees settled in the UK.
Current immigration rules only allow adult refugees to apply for their married or civil partners and dependent children under 18 to join them. Grandparents, parents, siblings and children who are 18 or older are ineligible.
In addition, children who are in the UK alone and have refugee status do not have a right to be reunited with even their closest family members.
MPs and campaigners want the rules to be changed, either through amendments to the governmentâ€™s flagship post-Brexit immigration bill or through a private memberâ€™s bill put forward by the SNP MP Angus MacNeil.
This week, Oxfam will call on its supporters to step up pressure on ministers by contacting their MPs and supporting the changes.
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Nearest Railway Station: Elephant & Castle
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