Restrictions on Political Activity of Aliens in UK Law

  • The Status and Rights of Undocumented Aliens in the United States
    • Nbr. 25-2, June 1987
    • International Migration
    ...... States (that is, admitted under restrictions pending determination of his status) by ... Some areas of activity are governed almost entirely by federal law ... limit each other’s legal and political freedom of action in formulating immigration ......
  • Policy with respect to Aliens and Migration Research in the Federal Republic of Germany 1973 – 1983
    • Nbr. 21-4, October 1983
    • International Migration
    ...... did not stem from independent political ideas but were a direct reaction to ... The restrictions were necessary, it was explained,because ... right of political participation and activity, combating of hostility towards foreigners) ......
  • The Common Travel Area between Britain and Ireland
    • Nbr. 64-6, November 2001
    • The Modern Law Review
    Despite its endorsement by the Treaty of Amsterdam, the origins and content of the ‘common travel area’ between Britain and Ireland remain largely unknown. This article relies upon published and ar...
    ......, and again after the introduction of restrictions on movement during the second world war. This is ...Prior to that date, aliens law had been enforced at Irish ports in the same ...’ and secondly, because it was thought politically unacceptable to introduce permanent immigration ... of EEA nationals to engage in economic activity derive instead from the incorporation of the ......
  • The Common Travel Area between Britain and Ireland
    • Nbr. 64-6, November 2001
    • The Modern Law Review
    Despite its endorsement by the Treaty of Amsterdam, the origins and content of the ‘common travel area’ between Britain and Ireland remain largely unknown. This article relies upon published and ar...
    ......, and again after the introduction of restrictions on movement during the second world war. This is ...Prior to that date, aliens law had been enforced at Irish ports in the same ...’ and secondly, because it was thought politically unacceptable to introduce permanent immigration ... of EEA nationals to engage in economic activity derive instead from the incorporation of the ......
  • Aliens in Irregular Status in the United States: A Review of their Numbers, Characteristics, and Role in the U.S. Labor Market
    • Nbr. 21-3, July 1983
    • International Migration
    ...... ambi- guous issue of social or political affiliation (‘homeland‘), as well as the ... as well as qualitative restrictions on annual admissions of immigrants ... the result of decreased enforcement activity at the time of the 1980 census 2’ INS ......
  • Undocumented Migration in Africa: Trends and Policies
    • Nbr. 21-2, April 1983
    • International Migration
    ...... has demographic, socio-economic and political consequences; hence we attempt to ... More significantly, few restrictions were placed on movements from, for ... are, by the nature of their activity, ‘compelled‘ to move around. Movement ... This is the case of most aliens (especially Ghanaians) in Nigeria who worked ......
  • Uncertainty and Exclusion: Detention of Aliens and the High Court
    • Nbr. 34-1, March 2006
    • Federal Law Review
    ...... on Civil and Political Rights .40 Yet as e ach judge commented on the ...express or implied restrictions defensive of individual liberty. 156  In the ...to hide the reality of the activity......
  • Strasbourg's ‘Hidden Agenda’?: The Protection of Second-Generation Migrants from Expulsion under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights
    • Nbr. 12-3, September 1994
    • Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights
    International human rights standards play a minimal role in regulating state sovereign discretion over the entry, residence and exit of non-nationals. Recent jurisprudence of the European Commissio...
    ...... the entry, residence and exit of aliens or non-nationals, subject to certain ... I The European Convention and Restrictions on State Control over the Entry, Residence ... Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, even though the latter is, ... family ties, residence, economic activity, or whatever.' R. Lillich, The Human ......
  • Migration to Britain: The Significance of a Historical Approach
    • Nbr. 29-4, December 1991
    • International Migration
    ......Within popular and political discourse, an immigrant is, by definition, ... increase in the number of aliens living in Britain. In 1939, 239,000 aliens ... in a debate about introducing restrictions on immigration or deporting from its ... of involvement in either criminal activity or forms of political protest, or both. The ......
  • Secondary ensnarement: Surveillance systems in the service of punitive immigration enforcement
    • Nbr. 22-4, October 2020
    • Punishment & Society
    Relatively little scholarly work explores US interior immigration enforcement through a surveillance lens. This article asks how US immigration authorities have designed and deployed surveillance s...
    ......ficials use technology to amplify the political project of 462 Punishment & Society 22(4) . ... with criminal records, or “criminal aliens,” are a highly visible group of criminally ... aid in establishing patterns of unlawful activity” (United States Department of Homeland ...Space restrictions do not permit me to review those applications ......
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