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Immigration After 1992

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This paper outlines the recent trends of immigration in Europe, including the rise of asylum-seekers and illegal migrants. The rights of established immigrants in twelve EEC countries are examined, and the concept of four types of immigration 'policy regime' advanced — semi-peripheral or Mediterranean, 'Schengen' or Continental, Scandinavian and UK. Transnational arrangements aiming at common border policies for 1992 are elaborated at both the EC and Schengen (6) levels. It is concluded that, so far, the only common policies derive from a European consensus on the need to limit external immigration: the major policy decisions have yet to be addressed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 1991

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