Immigration admission and control (general)

Results displayed in this section refer to research on policies, laws, legislation, regulation or measures regarding the admission and the control of admission of migrants. It includes controls carried out at borders, such as the passport controls, as well as visa policies and programs, and policies regarding legal migration admission such as quota systems and labour migration programs.

Showing page of 823 results, sorted by

Subversive Self-Employment: Intersectionality and Self-Employment Among Dependent Visas Holders in the United States

Authors Pallavi Banerjee
Year 2019
Journal Name American Behavioral Scientist, 2014, Vol. 58, No. 12, pp. 1614-1633
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
2 Journal Article

The Effect of Visas on Migration Processes

Authors Mathias Czaika, Hein de Haas
Year 2017
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 18
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
3 Journal Article

Elucidating the impact of visa regimes: A decision tree analysis

Authors Cemil Kuzey, Abdullah S. Karaman, Engin Akman
Year 2019
Journal Name TOURISM MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVES
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
4 Journal Article

Immigration policy index

Authors Dmytro Vikhrov
Year 2017
Journal Name ECONOMICS OF TRANSITION
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
5 Journal Article

Refashioning the EU Visa Policy: A New Turn of the Screw to Cooperation on Readmission and to Discrimination?

Authors Salvatore Fabio Nicolosi
Year 2020
Journal Name European Journal of Migration and Law
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
9 Journal Article

The symbolic meaning of international mobility: EU–Morocco negotiations on visa facilitation

Authors Nora El Qadim
Year 2018
Journal Name Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 2
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
10 Journal Article

Regulating Movement of the Very Mobile: Selected Legal and Policy Aspects of Ukrainian Migration to EU Countries

Authors Monika Szulecka
Book Title Ukrainian Migration to the European Union
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
11 Book Chapter

Do restrictive asylum and visa policies increase irregular migration into Europe?

Authors Mathias Czaika, Mogens Hobolth
Year 2016
Journal Name European Union Politics
Citations (WoS) 11
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
13 Journal Article

Polish immigration puzzles in the light of visa policy

Year 2012
Book Title Migrations from Eastern European countries to the European Union in the context of visa policy
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
14 Book Chapter

EU mobility regimes and visa policy towards ENP countries

Authors Perrine DUMAS, GOLDNER LANG Iris
Year 2015
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
15 Working Paper

The EU’s (un)common visa policy : lost in aspirations

Authors Sergo MANANASHVILI
Year 2014
Book Title [Migration Policy Centre]
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
16 Book Chapter

The Impact of Tourist Visas on Intercontinental South-South Migration: Ecuador’s Policy of “Open Doors” as a Quasi-Experiment

Authors Luisa Feline Freier, Kyle Holloway
Year 2019
Journal Name International Migration Review
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
18 Journal Article

Visas and Non-discrimination

Authors Maarten den Heijer
Year 2018
Journal Name European Journal of Migration and Law
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
19 Journal Article

The making of ‘skilled’ overseas Koreans: transformation of visa policies for co-ethnic migrants in South Korea

Authors Sohoon Lee, Yi-Chun Chien
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
20 Journal Article

Unpacking the Schengen Visa Regime. A Study on Bureaucrats and Discretion in an Italian Consulate

Authors Francesca Zampagni
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
21 Journal Article

Who Travels Visa-Free? Insights into Tourist Hassle-Free Travel

Authors Prosper F. Bangwayo-Skeete, Ryan W. Skeete
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF TRAVEL RESEARCH
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
22 Journal Article

The Migration of Westerners to Thailand: An Unusual Flow From Developed to Developing World

Authors Robert W. Howard
Year 2009
Journal Name International Migration
Citations (WoS) 15
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
23 Journal Article

Salience, path dependency and the coalition between the European Commission and the Danish Council Presidency: Why the EU opened a visa liberalisation process with Turkey

Authors Alexander Burgin
Year 2013
Journal Name European integration online papers, 2015, Vol. 19, Special issue 1, Article 6, pp. 1-33
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
24 Journal Article

Studying to Stay: Understanding Graduate Visa Policy Content and Context in the United States and Australia

Authors Adam Grimm
Year 2019
Journal Name International Migration
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
27 Journal Article

Visa Officers as Gatekeepers of a State's Borders: The Social Determinants of Discretion in Spousal Sponsorship Cases in Canada

Authors Vic Satzewich
Year 2014
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 9
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
28 Journal Article

(Re)locating the border: Pre-entry tuberculosis (TB) screening of migrants to the UK

Authors Adam Warren
Year 2013
Journal Name Geoforum
Citations (WoS) 3
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
29 Journal Article

The Punishment/El Castigo: Undocumented Latinos and US Immigration Processing

Authors Ruth Gomberg-Muñoz
Year 2015
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 4
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
30 Journal Article

The relational dimension of externalizing border control: selective visa policies in migration and border diplomacy

Authors Lena Laube
Year 2019
Journal Name Comparative Migration Studies
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
31 Journal Article

Venezuelan Migration, Aporophobia in Ecuador and Resilience of Venezuelan Immigrants in Manta, 2020 Period

Authors Yanexi Lisseth Nino Arguelles, Carmita Leonor Alvarez Santana, Fabio Giovanni Locatelli
Year 2020
Journal Name REVISTA SAN GREGORIO
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
32 Journal Article

European Security Challenges

Authors Franck DÜVELL, Bastian VOLLMER
Description
Irregular migration was first noted during the 1970s, peaked around 2000 and is decreasing, the stock dropped to 3.8 million in 2008 and the flow of clandestine entry dropped to 103,000 apprehensions in 2009. Migration and border controls have been stepped up considerably by the EU and its member states over the past 15 years and were also extended to almost all neighbouring and transit countries along the main routes. Although clandestine entry, notably the arrival of boat people triggers most attention and is high on the policy agenda the overwhelming majority of irregular immigrants enter legally and then overstay, work in breach of their visa limits or otherwise lose their status; others claim asylum, are refused but stay on irregularly.
Year 2011
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
33 Report

Uneven Hedging of Economic Risks for a Skilled Workforce: Are Immigrants Disadvantaged?

Authors LX Hao, Siri Warkentien
Year 2016
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 1
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
34 Journal Article

EU Immigration and Asylum Law

Authors Nicola Rogers, Steve Peers
Year 2018
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
35 Book

United We Stand? Conceptual Diversity in the EU Strategy Against Organized Crime

Authors Felia Allum, Monica Den Boer
Year 2013
Journal Name Journal of European Integration
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
39 Journal Article

The Evolution of Chinese Mainland Visitors to Hong Kong from International Visitors to Domestic Visitors

Authors Lisa Yip, Stephen Pratt
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF CHINA TOURISM RESEARCH
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
40 Journal Article

Intelligent Portable Border Control System

Description
iBorderCtrl envisages to enable faster thorough border control for third country nationals crossing the borders of EU, with technologies that adopt the future development of the Schengen Border Management. The project will present an optimal mixture of an enhanced, voluntary form of a Registered Traveller Programme and an auxiliary solution for the Entry/Exit System based on involving bona fide travellers. iBorderCtrl designs and implements a system that adopts mobility concepts and consists of a two-stage procedure, designed to reduce cost/time spent per traveller at the crossing station. It leverages software and hardware technologies ranging from portable readers/scanners, various emerging and novel subsystems for automatic controls, wireless networking for mobile controls, and secure backend storage and processing. The two-stage procedure includes: (A) the registration before the travel to gather initial personal, travel document and vehicle data, perform a short, automated, non-invasive interview with an avatar, subject to lie detection and link the traveller to any pre-existing authority data. Utilizing multifactor analytics and risk-based approach, the data registered is processed and correlated with publicly open data or external systems such as the SIS II. Processing will need the travellers consent as set in EU legislation and national law. (B) the actual control at the border that complements pre-registered information with results of security controls that are performed with a portable, wireless connected iBorderCtrl unit that can be used inside buses/trains or any point. Multiple technologies check validity and authenticity of parameters (e.g. travel documents, visa, face recognition of traveller using passport picture, real-time automated non-invasive lie detection in interview by officer, etc.). The data collected are encrypted, securely transferred and analysed in real time, providing an automated decision support system for the border control officers.
Year 2016
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
41 Project

South Korea country report

Authors Ijin HONG
Description
Emigrants from the Korean peninsula are one of the biggest migrant communities in the world, but yet little is known internationally about their characteristics or differences by geographic area. This explorative paper attempts to shed light on overseas Koreans and their classifications, and on the ways in which the state (mainly the South Korean government) deals with them. Generally speaking, it is possible to distinguish overseas Koreans into Kyopos (in the Western world and in Japan), Koryos (based in the ex-Soviet Union), and Chosuns (the Korean diaspora in China). While the South Korean state tends to only address their situation with a visa policy upon those returning to their homeland, NGOs and other private organizations are more active in addressing the needs of the Korean diasporas abroad.
Year 2014
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
43 Report

Mobility regimes and the crisis: the changing face of Chinese migration due to the Portuguese golden visa policy

Authors M. F. Amante, I. Rodrigues
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
44 Journal Article

DHS Overestimates Visa Overstays for 2016; Overstay Population Growth near Zero during the Year

Authors Robert Warren
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal on Migration and Human Security
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
45 Journal Article

Low birthweight among immigrants in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States

Authors Melissa L. Martinson, M Tienda, Julien Teitler
Year 2017
Journal Name Social science & medicine, 2019, Vol. 222, pp. 11-19
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
46 Journal Article

The Discursive Production of a Mexican Refugee Crisis in Canadian Media and Policy

Authors Liette Gilbert
Year 2013
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 11
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
47 Journal Article

The incomplete trajectory of Albanian migration in Greece

Authors Eda GEMI
Description
The study addresses the irregular migration of Albanians to Greece. In particular, it analyses the key findings of the fieldwork with 87 Albanian migrants, the dynamic of irregular migration from Albania to Greece, the factors and the actors who affect them as well as the success or failure of the relevant migration policies. The report shows that the expanding possibility of legal entry into Greece has had the immediate consequence of limiting irregular border crossing. What emerges is that the dynamic of attraction exerted by the demand for seasonal work in sectors like tourism and agriculture, is critical in shaping the irregular migration map. The data of the case study showed that irregular flows are not significantly implicating new migrants. Rather, we see that the involvement of those who perhaps possess even rudimentary information about the Greek environment and maintain contacts with the migration networks (ethnic, family and/or with Greek employers) in Greece. Finally, the migration plans of Albanians have been shaped accordingly with the impact of the crisis on opportunities for employment in Greece, the legal status, the level of influence and facilitation provided by migration networks, the migration policies, the liberalisation of the entry visa for Albanian nationals (implemented in December 2010), the bilateral relations between Albanian and Greece, and the unstable political and socio-economic situation in Albania.
Year 2015
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
48 Report

Digital Borders and Real Rights

Authors Evelien Brouwer
Year 2018
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
49 Book

FastPass: A harmonized, modular reference system for all European automatic border crossing points

Description
Automatic border controls are an increasingly relevant mode by which borders are crossed, both in the European Union and around the world. The Fastpass project aims to establish and demonstrate a next generation harmonised, modular approach for Automated Border Control (ABC) systems. To do so, it brings together key stakeholders involved throughout the development of an ABC system: system and component producers, research institutions, governmental authorities and end users. The ICMPD Research Department is particularly involved in engaging users and other stakeholders, as well as analysing the needs and requirements necessary for an ABC system. The ICMPD Border Management and Visa Competence Centre is also involved in interacting with and training border guards to use the system, as well as ensuring the needs of the end user group of border guards are also included. Objectives: • Integration of the Smart Border components of an exit-entry system and a registered traveller programme within the system; • Harmonised use of the system across a variety of countries, based on feedback from travellers and border guards; • Development of an innovative border crossing concept that interfaces with existing security and infrastructure processes at air, land and sea borders; • Design and inclusion of innovative technology with regard to ABC systems; • Establishment of a European ABC solution, and a new European ABC suppliers network Project Partners: Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH (AIT), Teknologian tutkimuskeskus VTT, Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior, Österreichische Staatsdruckerei GmbH, Fraunhofer IOSB, Interdisciplinary Center for Law and ICT of K.U. Leuven, Finnish Border Guard RVL, Secunet Security Networks AG, Mirasys Ltd, Regula Baltija Ltd, University of Reading, University of Tampere, Gunnebo Entrance Control Ltd, Giesecke & Devrient GmbH, MODI Modular Digits GmbH, Magnetic Autocontrol GmbH, European Commission Joint Research Center, ITTE Sp.z.o.o., Deltabit Oy, Oxford Internet Institute of the University of Oxford, Romanian Border Guard, Finavia Cooperation, Port of Mykonos, Fraport AG, Flughafen Wien AG, Intrepid Minds.
Year 2013
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
50 Project

The Incomplete Trajectory of Albanian Migration in Greece

Authors Eda Gemi
Description
The study addresses the irregular migration of Albanians to Greece. In particular, it analyses the key findings of the fieldwork with 87 Albanian migrants, the dynamic of irregular migration from Albania to Greece, the factors and the actors who affect them as well as the success or failure of the relevant migration policies. The report shows that the expanding possibility of legal entry into Greece has had the immediate consequence of limiting irregular border crossing. What emerges is that the dynamic of attraction exerted by the demand for seasonal work in sectors like tourism and agriculture, is critical in shaping the irregular migration map. The data of the case study showed that irregular flows are not significantly implicating new migrants. Rather, we see that the involvement of those who perhaps possess even rudimentary information about the Greek environment and maintain contacts with the migration networks (ethnic, family and/or with Greek employers) in Greece. Finally, the migration plans of Albanians have been shaped accordingly with the impact of the crisis on opportunities for employment in Greece, the legal status, the level of influence and facilitation provided by migration networks, the migration policies, the liberalisation of the entry visa for Albanian nationals (implemented in December 2010), the bilateral relations between Albanian and Greece, and the unstable political and socio-economic situation in Albania.
Year 2015
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
52 Report

Women and border policing at the edges of Europe

Authors Mary Bosworth, Sharon Pickering, Andriani Fili
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 1
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
55 Journal Article

The International Consequences of American National Origins Quotas: The Australian Case

Authors David C. Atkinson
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF AMERICAN STUDIES
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
56 Journal Article

Frontex Risk Analysis Network (FRAN) Quarterly Report

Description
Statistical analysis of quarterly changes of eight irregular-migration indicators and one asylum indicator, provided by MS border-control authorities. Indicators: Detections of illegal border-crossing between Border Crossing Points (BCPs); Detections of illegal border-crossing at BCPs; detections of suspected facilitators; detections of illegal stay; refusals of entry; asylum applications; detections of false documents; return decisions for illegally staying third-country nationals; returns of illegally staying third-country nationals)
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
57 Data Set

Western Balkans Quarterly Report

Description
The Western Balkans Quarterly is focused on quarterly developments as reflected by the seven key indicators of irregular migration: (1) detections of illegal border-crossing between border crossing points (BCPs), (2) detections of illegal border-crossing at BCPs, (3) refusals of entry, (4) detections of illegal stay, (5) asylum applications, (6) detections of facilitators, and (7) detections of fraudulent documents.
Year 2016
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
58 Data Set

Racism in the brazilian way or racism without racists: coloniality of power and denial of racism in the university environment

Authors Angela Figueiredo, Ramon Grosfoguel
Year 2009
Journal Name SOCIEDADE E CULTURA
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
59 Journal Article

Frontex Annual Risk Analysis Report

Description
The Frontex Risk Analysis Report concentrates on the current scope of Frontex operational activities, which focuses on irregular migration at the external borders of the EU and Schengen Associated Countries. Central to the concept of integrated border management (IBM), border management should also cover security threats present at the external borders. Indicators used: Detections of illegal border-crossings between Border Crossing Points (BCPs); Detections of illegal border-crossing at BCPs; detections of suspected facilitators; detections of illegal stay; refusals of entry;reasons of refusal; detections of false documents; return decisions; effective returns; and passenger flow (when available).
Year 2011
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
60 Data Set

IMMIGRATION CONTROL IN DISGUISE? Civic Integration Policies and Immigrant Admission

Year 2018
Journal Name Nordic Journal of Migration Research
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
61 Journal Article

IMMIGRATION CONTROL IN DISGUISE? Civic Integration Policies and Immigrant Admission

Year 2018
Journal Name Nordic Journal of Migration Research
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
62 Journal Article

Eastern Partnership Risk Analysis Network Quarterly Report (EaP-RAN)

Description
The Eastern Partnership (EaP) Quarterly statistical overview is focused on quarterly developments for the seven key indicators of irregular migration: (1) detections of illegal border-crossing between BCPs; (2) detections of illegal border-crossing at BCPs; (3) refusals of entry; (4) detections of illegal stay; (5) asylum applications; (6) detections of facilitators; and (7) detections of fraudulent documents.
Year 2016
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
63 Data Set

Borders and the mobility of migrants

Authors Angeliki DIMITRIADI, Antonia-Maria SARANTAKI
Description
The research seeks to show how bordering processes are implemented when confronted with the mobility of migrants at different stages with an emphasis on entry to Greece as well as mobility in the mainland. The report documents the experiences and perceptions of border agents and actors involved in bordering processes, at the external border but also within Greece and of migrants arriving in Greece post 2015; their interaction with the border, their inclusion and/or exclusion legally and socially and whether and how this impacts their decision to continue their journey onward or perhaps remain in Greece.
Year 2019
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
64 Report

The American Fence: Liberal Political Theory and the Immorality of Membership

Authors Phillip Cole
Book Title Citizenship Acquisition and National Belonging
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
65 Book Chapter

Treatment of third country nationals at the EU’s external borders

Principal investigator Anna Triandafyllidou (PI)
Description
Over 300 million persons, both European Union citizens and third-country nationals, cross the external borders of the EU every year. The Schengen Borders Code stresses that EU citizens and persons enjoying freedom of movement in the Union, such as family members of EU citizens, should be subject to minimum border checks. By contrast, third-country nationals must be subject to thorough checks which include purpose of stay, means of subsistence during the stay as well as verification in databases. Third-country nationals intercepted or rescued at sea and/or land borders of the EU, often have their fundamental rights violated, both civil and social rights. The project “Treatment of third country nationals at the EU’s external borders” focuses on the treatment of third-country nationals in relation to their civil and social rights. Information will be collected from irregular migrants at entry points and reception centers of the participating countries, local authorities, fishermen and sea patrol, border guards and informed persons. By identifying possible shortcomings as well as good practices in the way border checks are conducted at the main entry points into the European Union, the project seeks to assist policymakers and practitioners to enhance the quality of border checks at crossing points. This is a two-phase project, with Phase I starting in 2011, focusing on the sea border of the EU and Phase II, expected to begin in the end of 2011, concentrating on the land border of the EU. Complementing the innovative primary research is a review of the training received by border guards on Fundamental Rights. The aim of this review will be to highlight the effectiveness, sufficiency and potential gaps of the training offered.
Year 2011
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
66 Project

Territory, Procedures and Rights: Border Procedures in European Asylum Law

Authors Galina Cornelisse
Year 2016
Journal Name Refugee Survey Quarterly
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
68 Journal Article

Life Satisfaction of Cross-Border Marriage Migrants in South Korea: Exploring the Social Network Effects

Authors Sojin Yu, Feinian Chen
Year 2018
Journal Name International Migration Review
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
69 Journal Article

“Greece is like a door, you go through it to get to Europe”: Understanding Afghan migration to Europe

Authors Angeliki DIMITRIADI
Description
The main issues highlighted in the report of IRMA research programme are the role of asylum as primary reason for migration, and the importance of capital as the main parameter of successful migration. The smuggler is the key actor underscoring all discussions, holding multiple roles; from facilitator of mobility, to source of information, or disruptor to the migratory project. The choice of destination and the limited information informants actually have, are discussed, as well as the role of Turkey as a hub for collection of information, but mostly of money to continue the journey. The border crossing for both entry and exit is discussed in relation to policies in Greece and particular border fencing and increased deterrence of entry. Finally, the text highlights the issue of detention, as the key policy in place at the time of writing that appears to have impacted heavily both the migratory route but also the decision of Afghans to leave Greece, either via transit (where possible) or via return to Afghanistan.
Year 2015
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
70 Report

The Extra-Territorialisation of EU Migration Policies and the Rule of Law

Authors Jorrit J. RIJPMA, Marise CREMONA
Year 2007
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
71 Working Paper

The road: An ethnography of the Albanian-Greek cross-border motorway

Authors DIMITRIS DALAKOGLOU
Year 2010
Journal Name American Ethnologist
Citations (WoS) 61
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
72 Journal Article

Measuring illegal immigration at US border stations by sampling from a flow of 500 million travelers

Authors P Morrel-Samuels
Year 2002
Journal Name Population and Environment
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
73 Journal Article

Affirmative Action and Political Dispute in Today’s Brazilian Academe

Authors Sales Augusto dos Santos
Year 2014
Journal Name Latin American Perspectives
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
74 Journal Article

A Visa for Schengen's Europe: Consular practices and regular migration from Senegal to Italy

Authors Francesca ZAMPAGNI
Description
In this paper I am going to explore the process of visa issuance of a European Union Member State's consulate in a country of high emigration, taking the Italian Embassy in Dakar as a case-study. The paper falls into two main sections. In the first part, I will present the context of my analysis, in order to get to grips with the significance of consulates within the wider framework of migration management in countries of origin. Thus, I will focus on the European Union visa policy, which represents one of the key EU instruments for regulation of migration flows from third countries, then on the role of Senegal in EU migration management as well as on the relevance assumed by Italy in Senegalese migratory routes. The second part deals with an analysis of visa' issuing procedures in the Italian consulate in Dakar, taking into account the whole process, from accessing information to issuance/refusal, in order to estimate costs of migrating with documents (‘regularly’) towards the EU. Furthermore, I will focus on family reunification visas to show how practices of control persist even in the case of a recognized right. My argument is that the map of Schengen visas represents a metaphor of the new division in our world, where EU Member States’ consulates filter out ‘undesirable people’ at their gates with the presumption of ‘migration risk’ demanding stricter and stricter requisites for visas. It is difficult not to question the consequences of such practices on the development of the streams of ‘irregular’ migration and on the responsibilities that consulates come to assume. Dans cet article, j’explore le processus de délivrance des visas du consulat d’un État membre de l'Union européenne dans un pays à forte émigration, en prenant l'ambassade d'Italie à Dakar comme une étude de cas. Le document se divise en deux sections principales. Dans la première partie, je présente le contexte de mon analyse afin de se familiariser avec l'importance des consulats dans le cadre plus large de la gestion migratoire dans les pays d'origine. Ainsi, je me concentre sur la politique de l'Union européenne en matière de visas, un des instruments clés de l'UE dans le cadre de la régulation des flux migratoires en provenance des pays tiers. Ensuite, j’étudie le rôle du Sénégal dans la gestion de la migration de l'UE ainsi que sur la pertinence assumée par l'Italie dans sénégalais routes migratoires. La deuxième partie traite de l'analyse de visa »les procédures de délivrance dans le consulat italien à Dakar, en tenant compte de l'ensemble du processus, d'accéder à l'information à l'émission / refus, afin d'estimer les coûts de migration avec des documents (« régulièrement ») vers la UE. Par ailleurs, je vais me concentrer sur les visas de regroupement familial pour montrer comment les pratiques de contrôle de persister même dans le cas d'un droit reconnu. Mon argument est que la carte de visas Schengen représente une métaphore de la nouvelle division dans notre monde, où les Etats membres de l'UE des personnes indésirables »consulats filtrer 'à leurs portes avec la présomption de« risque migratoire exigeants »requis en plus strictes pour les visas . Il est difficile de ne pas remettre en question les conséquences de telles pratiques sur le développement du flux des «irréguliers» des migrations et sur les responsabilités qui viennent consulats à assumer
Year 2011
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
76 Report

Interviews with women in India

Authors Brian Turnbull
Year 2019
Journal Name QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
77 Journal Article

Ethnic attitudes in Pakistan

Authors R Mullick, J Hraba
Year 2001
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
Citations (WoS) 9
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
78 Journal Article

"Right Here is the Gateway": Mobility, Sex Work Entry and HIV Risk along the Mexico-US Border

Authors Shira Goldenberg, Steffanie A. Strathdee, Jay G. Silverman, ...
Year 2014
Journal Name International Migration
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
79 Journal Article

When Visa-free Travel Becomes Difficult to Achieve and Easy to Lose: The EU Visa Free Dialogues after the EU’s Experience with the Western Balkans

Authors Florian Trauner, Emanuele Manigrassi
Year 2014
Journal Name European Journal of Migration and Law
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
80 Journal Article

Ethnic attitudes in Pakistan

Authors R Mullick, J Hraba
Year 2001
Journal Name International Journal of Intercultural Relations
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
81 Journal Article

Vikhrov's visa index

Description
The index is based on three types of entry visa restrictions: visa required, visa not required for short stays and visa not required. The author identifies country pairs which changed their visa regime during 1998–2010. This immigration policy index is constructed for all countries and territories in the world for both March 1998 and November 2009. This index is heterogeneous across destination and origin countries as well as over time.
Year 2009
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
82 Data Set

Policy on migration and diasporas in Georgia

Authors Natia CHELIDZE
Description
Even though, due to Georgia’s geopolitical location and its demographic and economic development, the migration process management is one of the priorities in the country, no migration policy and legislation for the regulation of this field have yet been formed at the state level in Georgia. Local politicians are well aware of the major importance of the labour migration from Georgia for the overcoming of socio-economic crisis in our country. The regulation and management of migration has become a significant part of the international obligations undertaken by Georgia. One of the considerable achievements of the current authorities of Georgia is liberalization of the movement to EU countries and the support to the circular migration. However, unfortunately, bilateral interstate agreements with the main countries of immigration for the legalization of labour migration have not been completed so far. It is still not distinct yet when the work on signing an agreement1 on the residence of qualified professionals from Georgia and the circular migration with France having ongoing for the last few years, will be finalized. The proper assessment of the migration processes is not available because of the lack of the updated statistical database. Nevertheless, the state is taking major steps for regulating the registration of migration flows through the institutions and mechanisms established to serve this purpose. The gradual adoption of modern infrastructure provides for the efficient border monitoring, along with the already introduced secure identity and travel documents (the latest version of a biometric passport and a secure electronic identity card). Currently, the state is pursuing liberal visa policy for the achievement of sustainable economic development, the improvement of an infrastructure for tourism and the attraction of additional investments. Although, the potential challenges accompanying the growth of the number of migrants, should also be taken into account. This process shall be taken special care of, so as to transform it into an incentive factor for the social and economic development, and to avoid the negative consequences of uncontrolled migration, at the same time.
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
83 Report

Australian border policing: regional ‘solutions’ and neocolonialism

Authors Michael Grewcock
Year 2014
Journal Name Race & Class
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
84 Journal Article

An Institutional Approach to Bordering in Islands: The Canary Islands on the African-European Migration Routes

Authors Dirk Godenau
Year 2012
Journal Name ISLAND STUDIES JOURNAL
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
85 Journal Article

The Wages of Skilled Temporary Migrants: Effects of Visa Pathways and Job Portability

Authors BL Lowell, Johanna Avato
Year 2014
Journal Name International Migration
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
87 Journal Article

Is Immigrant Selection in Canada Racialized? Visa Officer Discretion and Approval Rates for Spousal and Federal Skilled Worker Applications

Authors Vic Satzewich
Year 2015
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
88 Journal Article

Death at the Border: Efficacy and Unintended Consequences of US Immigration Control Policy

Authors Wayne A. Cornelius
Year 2001
Journal Name Population and Development Review
Citations (WoS) 258
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
89 Journal Article

Death as the border: Managing missing migrants and unidentified bodies at the EU's Mediterranean frontier

Authors Iosif Kovras, Simon Robins
Year 2016
Journal Name Political Geography
Citations (WoS) 14
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
91 Journal Article

Illegal Immigrants in Canada: Recent Developments

Authors W.G. Robinson
Year 1984
Journal Name International Migration Review
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
92 Journal Article

The Lesvos Refugee Crisis as Disaster Capitalism

Authors Anja K. Franck
Year 2018
Journal Name Peace Review
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
93 Journal Article

Short-Term Visa Requirements for Indians to Emigrate to the European Union

Authors Sebastian Irudaya RAJAN
Description
The need to make travel more accessible, convenient and smooth and to improve visa procedures is paramount in both economic and bilateral relations contexts. Towards this end, the paper aims at assessing potential visa facilitation processes and visa waiver programs between the EU and India. To gain an understanding of current visa requirements and procedures for Indians to immigrate to European countries, it deals explicitly with the visa requirements and hurdles involved in getting visa clearance for both long-term and short stays. Through an in-depth study of current migration flows between these two regions, the implications of facilitating visas for citizens of India – one of the world’s fastest growing source markets – is analysed. While findings suggest that the EU is increasingly becoming a destination for tourists, students, professionals and immigrants, millions more were deterred from traveling by cost, waiting time and the difficulty of obtaining a visa. The author calls for priority to be given to facilitating travel as a means to boost economic growth and create jobs. Opening up the travel regime could create millions of additional jobs in the EU economies, generate additional international tourism receipts and may then become the next frontier in bi-lateral relations between these countries.
Year 2012
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
94 Report

Rhetorics and realities of management practices in Pakistan: Colonial, post-colonial and post-9/11 influences

Authors Ashique Ali Jhatial, Nelarine Cornelius, James Wallace
Year 2014
Journal Name BUSINESS HISTORY
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
96 Journal Article

9/11 and International Student Visa Issuance

Authors Karin A. C. Johnson
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Studies in International Education
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
97 Journal Article

The Social Life of the First Reception Regime: Human rights, dignity and hospitality on irregular migrant maritime routes into the EU

Principal investigator Daniela DeBono (Project Leader), Maja Povrzanović Frykman (Participant), Anna Triandafyllidou (Participant), Robert Schuman (Participant)
Description
Alongside the increase in EU border control, there are efforts by the European Union (EU) and its Member States to mainstream human rights principles in external border control and in the construction of fair asylum systems. The safeguarding of human rights is critically important for migrants, especially at first reception and in border activity when migrants are at their most vulnerable physically, legally and politically, socio-culturally and economically. The responsibility for ensuring that the dignity and human rights of the migrants are safeguarded is recognised by the EU and its Member States. First reception activity is officially regulated by four sets of policies and procedures, which are usually conducted within a few days or weeks. These are rescue at sea, immigration, reception/detention and asylum procedures. They are policies that involve a vast range of stakeholders and, as such, the complex interactions between their activities need to be carefully managed in order for the whole first reception system to function. Research has so far focused on the analysis of policy and institutions, but not so much on what happens on the ground. This project proposes to contribute to these efforts by examining the treatment of irregular migrants in the first reception systems of Italy and Malta. These are two countries which lie on the Central Mediterranean Maritime Route, an important route for irregular entry into the EU. Whereas there have been few maritime arrivals in Malta in the last years, Italy triggered the EU hotspot approach to help in processing irregular maritime migrants. This study aims to produce both ethnographic descriptions of the everyday implementation of the reception activity on the ground, and also critical approaches to the mainstreaming of human rights at the border. It also seeks to contribute towards discussions on the controversial use of detention at entry of all arrivals which is the premise up on which first reception is enacted. This is done through long term and multi-sited ethnographic fieldwork. The outcome of this independent academic project, funded by EU Marie Curie research funds, is the publication of articles in academic journals.
Year 2016
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
99 Project

Gaps in Border Controls Are Related to Quarantine Alien Insect Invasions in Europe

Authors Steven James Bacon, Sven Bacher, Alexandre Aebi
Year 2012
Journal Name PLoS ONE
Citations (WoS) 50
Taxonomy View Taxonomy Associations
100 Journal Article
SHOW FILTERS
Ask us