By Sasha Baglay, Delphine Nakache
The e-book examines the phenomenon of immigration federalism: its major features, why and the way it has built, its implications for immigration platforms (in normal) and non-citizens’ rights (in particular). The ebook introduces the reader to theoretical views on immigration federalism via 3 units of literature – federalism, governance and non-citizens’ rights – that offer an important framework for knowing immigration federalism’s a number of aspects and affects. It additionally bargains an research of immigration federalism via case reports of six jurisdictions: Australia, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, the european and the US.
Despite elevated sub-national task in immigration legislation in different federal states, little or no examine has been devoted to date to evaluating how federal states take care of immigration federalism. Comparative stories at the human rights implications of immigration federalism have bought even much less recognition. This e-book seeks to fill the space during this quarter and is a crucial contribution to the sphere, delivering the reader with a greater knowing of the complicated concerns surrounding immigration federalism and its effect on non-citizens.
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3 Immigration Federalism: The Canadian Experience In Canada, in the early years following federation, the provinces continued to be active in immigration (Vineberg 2011, pp. 18–21) but interest waned, during the First World War, recovered somewhat in the 1920s and then disappeared during the Great Depression. Following the Second World War, for many years, the Canadian provinces pretty well left immigration to be managed by the federal government. 23, 24) Furthermore, while the Constitution accorded concurrent jurisdiction to immigration, this was not reflected in federal immigration legislation until 1976.
MacIntyre, C. (2005). Commonwealth of Australia. In A. Majeed, R. L. Watts, &. D. M. 9–33). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press. Chapter 3 On Governance of Migration Management at the World Level, Lessons and Challenges Hélène Pellerin Abstract This chapter focuses on the governance of migration management as a process of negotiating power and responsibilities between various actors, and as the production of a normative framework, around which various objectives and interests on immigration regulations and agency participation are organized, negotiated and re-defined.
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