Chapter 4 has described the overall perceptions of Indian sub-continent nationals on the immigration issue in general. This chapter analyses the specific immigration experiences of 8 different people. It examines in closer detail the personal experiences of and the range of problems encountered by potential immigrants. Since immigration problems are varied in character some involving permanent stay, others temporary visiting, the chapter will allow us to build a picture of how each type of case is handled and to decide whether there are significant differences between how different types of applications are dealt with. The aim is to analyse what happens when the cultures and practices of people from various parts of the world such as the Indian sub-continent come into contact with British immigration rules and with the attitudes of the Entry Clearance Officers (ECOs).