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IEL Migration Law Contents

The International Encyclopaedia of Laws (IEL) Migration Law includes information in book-length form written in English for 3 countries.  The monographs are written by legal academics and/or practitioners with expertise in migration law for those countries.  The monographs enable comparative research in migration law.  These monographs include a general introduction on migration law followed by specialized chapters on border control and entrance, right of residence, right of residence for special categories of persons, loss of right of residence, sanctions, access to self-employed activities, access to the labour market, and access to self-employed activities.  A more detailed Table of Contents follows:

Table of contents:
he national monographs follow the outline below.

The author(s)
Table of Contents
List of abbreviations
Preface

General Introduction

§1. Immigration history and statistical information
§2. Overview of national legal instruments

I. Historical overview
II. Current applicable legislation

§3. Overview of international legal instruments applicable in each country

Selected bibliography

Part I : Border control and entrance

Chapter 1. Organisation of border control
Chapter 2. Right to enter the country

§1. Conditions for the right to enter
§2. Administrative procedures and documents

Chapter 3. Refusal of entry

Part II: Right of residence: General provisions

Chapter 1. Short stay

§1. Conditions for short stay
§2. Administrative procedures and documents
§3. Legal position
§4. Position of family members

Chapter 2. Residence

§1. Conditions for residence
§2. Administrative procedures and documents
§3. Legal position of residents
§4. Position of family members

Chapter 3. Long term residence

§1. Conditions for long term right of residence
§2. Administrative procedures and documents
§3. Legal position of long term residents
§4. Position of family members

Part III: Right of residence for special categories of persons

Chapter 1. Students
Chapter 2. Researchers
Chapter 3. Temporary workers
Chapter 4. Asylum

§1. Conditions
I. Refugee status
II. Subsidiary protection status
III. Humanitarian status
IV. Temporary protection status
V. Other
§2. Procedures
§3. Legal position
§4. Position of family members

Chapter 5. Non-accompanied minors
Chapter 6. Nationals with preferential treatment
Chapter 7. Others

Part IV: Loss of right of residence

Chapter 1. Conditions under which the right of residence might be lost
Chapter 2. Legal and administrative procedures
Chapter 3. Expulsion measures

Part V Sanctions

Chapter 1. Sanctions against attempt to illegally enter the territory

§1. Administrative sanctions
§2. Penal sanctions
§3. Detention
§4. Expulsion measures

Chapter 2. Sanctions against illegal stay or residence

§1. Administrative sanctions
§2. Penal sanctions
§3. Detention
§4. Expulsion measures

Chapter 3. Sanctions against persons helping illegal immigrants or residents

§1. Human smuggling
§2. Human trafficking

Part VI: Legal remedies and procedural safeguards

Chapter 1. Legal remedies in case of refusal of right to enter the territory
Chapter 2. Legal remedies in case of administrative decisions on the right to reside
Chapter 3. Legal remedies against expulsion measures
Chapter 4. Procedural safeguards

Part VII Access to the labour market

Chapter 1. Overview of applicable legislation
Chapter 2. Conditions for entitlement to work in the country as an employed person

§1. General conditions
§2. Administrative rules and procedures
§3. Conditions for special categories of workers

Chapter 3 Sanctions against illegal participation in the labour market

§1. Sanctions against employers
§2. Sanctions against workers

Chapter 4 Legal remedies and procedural safeguards

Part VII Access to self-employed activities

Chapter 1 Overview of applicable legislation
Chapter 2 Conditions for entitlement to work in the country as a self-employed

§1.General conditions
§2.Administrative rules and procedures
§3.Conditions for special categories of self-employed

Chapter 3 Sanctions against illegal exercise of self-employment
Chapter 4 Legal remedies and procedural safeguards
Selected Bibliography.
Index.

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