Princeton University Library Catalog

The immigration game / [presented by Sorious Samura].

Video/Projected medium
London : SW Pictures, 2008.
1 online resource (40 minutes)
Summary note:
These three investigative films made for the BBC explore the sometimes dangerous ways illegal immigrants make their way into Britain, get jobs and obtain false documents. The films involve undercover filming to test the boundaries of the British immigration system. Independent investigative journalist Sorious Samura kicks off by revealing the route which many illegal immigrants take to get into the UK. He then shows the ways illegal immigrants find work -- by cloning other people's identities.He manages to secure employment using someone else's papers and asks is it ever possible to clamp down entirely on illegal immigration? We also focus on the ease with which forged documents can be obtained that give immigrants the right to work in Britain. Many of the documents are convincing enough to stand up to basic scrutiny -- indeed, that's why so many find work so easily. We look at the scams that are being used and ask if you can ever make the system watertight enough to stop them.
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In English.
Other title(s):
Border and migration studies online.
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