The government can't guarantee meeting its net migration target if the UK remains in the EU, it depends on EU citizens choosing not to come to the UK.
Professor Niamh Nic Shuibhne explains the limits on residence rights for non-EU family members of EU immigrants in the EU renegotiation deal.
There’s no way to know whether net migration would fall by 100,000 if the UK leaves the EU.
At the moment it's possible for some types of working households to get over £10,000 in in-work benefits, including people from the European Economic Area.
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