Stanojoska, Angelina
May 2016
Journal of Liberty & International Affairs;2016 Suppl. 1, Vol. 1, p10
Academic Journal
The article discusses how countries deal with migrants under their own immigration laws and processes, but countries deal with refugees through norms of refugee protection and asylum that are defined in both national legislation and international law. The difference between foreigners coming from poor and rich countries is also manifested in the enforcement of controls over borders. The migration route is a path which moves on the same steps as the one of organized crime.


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