Transnational Care Arrangements Amongst Post-Accession Migrants In Glasgow

Taulant Guma
In 2004 eight Central and East European countries joined the European Union (EU), and the UK, as one of the few existing EU members that opened its labour market to the nationals of these new members, attracted a large number of migrants from these countries. As EU citizens, these migrants were free from immigration controls and were thus able to move freely between the UK and Central/Eastern Europe. In addition, the relative proximity and affordable...
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