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NASS presently has about 900 employees, about half at the NASS central office in Croydon and the others in 11 regional offices.
NASS describes its role as part of the "6th aim" of the Home Office: "To regulate entry to, and settlement in, the United Kingdom effectively in the interests of sustainable growth and social inclusion.
Achachairdeis means “Field of Friendship” in Gaelic, and the centre provides a perfect setting for groups of all ages to have fun, learn and make new friends.
This 16 acre estate, in the small village of Gartocharn, provides both indoor and outdoor camping opportunities just minutes from the shores of Loch Lomond with stunning views up to Ben Lomond and beyond.
Each of the classically furnished rooms offers s flat-screen TV.
NASS was created in April 2000 under the Immigration and Nationality Act.
Previously, local authorities and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) were responsible for the support and accommodation of asylum seekers.
The support can be support for accommodation, subsistence costs or both.
The Asylum Support Partnership is independent of NASS and its successors but assists and supports asylum seekers in its communications with them.