A 14-year-boy among the first child migrants to arrive in Britain from Calais has told Sky News about the struggles he faced living there.
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Aemal Khan arrived on Monday where he was reunited with his older brother Asif who he had not seen in a decade.
"It was a great moment, when I saw him after a long time, more than 10 years," said Asif, a 25-year-old chef who has been living in the UK for 11 years.
"When I met him I hugged him and kissed him, he was so small when I saw him before. He's changed a lot, but brothers, if you see him after 20 years you can recognise."
Eight months ago Aemal fled Afghanistan and followed his brother to the UK - it was a journey he made alone.
He has spent the past five months stranded in Calais' 'Jungle' migrant camp, despite having a right of residence with family in Britain.
During an emotional interview, he said: "Sometimes I missed mum, sometimes I cried as I was not with my family; no parents. I missed my mum."
It was a drawn-out process to get him to Britain, but fortunately his brother had documentation to support his story.