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The law relating to family settlement ‘has often been dominated by an overriding concern with preventing abuse and the entry of undesirable migrants` (Clayton G., Textbook on Immigration and Asylum Law, 7th ed., Oxford: OUP, 2016, 272). Critically discuss the validity of this statement.
Please note it’s UK Immigration Law, any law cases MUST BE UK cases.Required textbooks:Clayton G., Textbook on Immigration and Asylum Law, 7th ed., Oxford: OUP, 2016Gina Clayton, ‘Textbook on Immigration and Asylum Law’, Oxford University Press, 2016 (7th edition).Students are required to add a research note at the end of the essay of 200-300 words (that will not count towards their word count) explaining how they researched their essay and how they planned it. In particular you need to detail briefly your visits to the library, your internet searches, your logic and planning of the essay and finally any problems you encountered while researching with regard to your subject matter. You need to end this ‘research note’ by suggesting what the weaknesses of your essay are. This research note is PART of the assessment and will count towards the final mark of the essay.Min. word count is 3000, NOT including references