posted a year ago
"Most asylum seekers in the UK live in ‘dispersal areas.’ Dispersal areas are usually towns or cities with a large community of people from the same country or region as the asylum seekers. This is so that they can be supported by people who speak their language and understand their culture.
There are nine dispersal area airports: Birmingham, Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, Manchester, Newcastle, Stansted, and Liverpool John Lennon. There are also 35 seaports where people can claim asylum: Aberdeen, Belfast, Felixstowe, Folkestone, Immingham, Milford Haven, Dover, and Southampton, to name a few. "