Law, Policy and Practice in Australia
1. Auflage 2011,
850 Seiten, Kartoniert, Format (B × H): 156 mm x 234 mm, Gewicht: 1262 g
Verlag: Federation Press
Crock / Berg Immigration, Refugees and Forced MigrationImmigration control or determining which non-citizens should enter and remain in Australia and irregular migration, both in the forms of persons who remain in breach of their visa conditions and asylum seekers and refugees who are able to assert rights to protection under international law, pose great challenges.
This book covers all aspects of the Australian law including history, international law, comparative law, family reunion schemes, permanent and temporary labour migration, tourists and students, refugee and humanitarian programs, unlawful status, deportations and Immigration Appeals – Merits Review and Judicial Review.
Weitere Infos & Material
1. Introduction - Immigration Law in Context 2.Immigration Law and the Growth of Nationhood 3. Defining Powers: Immigration Control and the Australian Constitution 4.The Impact of International Law 5.The Administration of Migration Law and Policy 6. Border Control and Common Entry Requirements 7. Family Reunion I – Spousal Relationships 8. Family Reunion II: Immediate and other Family 9.Building a Clever Country: Permanent Labour Migration 10.The Business of Temporary Labour Migration Students, Visitors and “Risk Factors” 11. The Refugee and Humanitarian Program 12. The Definition of Refugee 13. The Extent of Australia's Protection Obligations 14. Unlawful Status and Visa Cancellations 15.The Enforcement of Decisions 16.The Deportation of Permanent Residents: Character, Conduct and Criminality 17.Immigration Appeals – Merits Review 18.The Judicial Review of Migration Decisions 19. Facing the Future: Immigration and Global Citizenship