Up till now this study has concentrated on one side of the debate on the issue of immigration, focusing on those who are affected directly and indirectly by the immigration regime and on those who provide help to the individuals and families who require assistance. This chapter will attempt to widen perceptions of the immigration issue by analysing the views of those who administer and interpret the contemporary immigration regime, i.e. civil servants, adjudicators, and immigration police. In other words it will balance the immigration debate by providing the other side of the argument. The chapter looks at how the authorities are involved, and how they themselves perceive immigration issues. Implementation is a vital feature of the immigration arena because this is the aspect which confronts would be immigrants directly. The views of various civil servants on the immigration policies and on the common complaints arising from implementation of the policies provide a different perspective on immigration issues.