The UK offers two main types of protection to people who successfully claim asylum: refugee status and humanitarian protection. Both are valid for 5 years and provide broadly the same entitlements, so what are the differences between two?
If you are interested in learning more, check out my latest blog on Free Movement which analyses the two types of status and the differences between them.
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