Immigration battle

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Immigration battle

A woman from Dagenham says a long running immigration row has made her feel depressed. Sarah O'Connor arrived in the capital from Jamaica 51 years ago, as a child of the Commonwealth. But government immigration rules brought in in 2013 - have led to many like her facing complex problems. She says after losing her job last summer, she was unable to provide the paperwork or passport to prove she is a legal citizen, and that has left her unemployed, and unsure of her future.

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