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Rising immigrant numbers stir Britain ahead of vote

Yearly influx has more than doubled since '97

By Sarah Liebowitz
Globe Correspondent / April 5, 2005

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CROYDON, England -- In the working-class commuter town of Croydon, just outside London, a constant stream of immigrants and asylum seekers make their way toward Britain's central immigration center. Inside the vast brick structure, hundreds of employees process the endless flow of asylum applications, residency permits, and work and student visas. (Full article: 882 words)

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