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Title Immigration law sanctions and enforcement in selected foreign countries : Brazil, Egypt, Japan, Mexico, Sweden, and Switzerland / Law Library of Congress.

Imprint Washington, DC : Directorate of Legal Research for International, Comparative, and Foreign Law, [2006]

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Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe Federal Documents Online  LC 42.2:IM 4    ---  Available
Description 1 online resource (40 unnumbered pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
System Details Mode of access: Internet from House of Representatives web site. Address as of 5/10/06: http://judiciary.house.gov/media/pdfs/lawlibrimmreport5506.pdf; current access available via PURL.
Note Title from title screen (viewed on May 10, 2006).
"April 2006."
"Directorate of Legal Research LL file no. 2006-02877"
Contents Comparative summary / Edith Palmer -- Brazil / Eduardo Soares -- Egypt / Issam Saliba -- Japan / Sayuri Umeda -- Mexico / Norma Gutierrez -- Sweden / Linda Forsland -- Switzerland / Edith Palmer.
Summary "A survey of the immigration laws and practices of Brazil, Egypt, Japan, Mexico, Sweden, and Switzerland reveals that Japan and Switzerland are most effective in enforcing their immigration laws. Illegal immigration is viewed as harmful in these countries and enforcement mechanisms include the registration of aliens by the local authorities. Mexico also has a register of aliens that is maintained by the federal authorities. The fingerprinting of visa applicants is relied upon in Switzerland and Sweden, and Japan plans on introducing it. Most surveyed countries use border controls and labor inspections, albeit with varying intensity and results. Mexico and Switzerland concentrate on the avoidance and discovery of fraudulent marriages. Enforcement of immigration laws is lax in Brazil and Egypt. All countries except for Brazil have criminal penalties for illegal entry and presence, and all countries have substantial criminal sanctions for various forms of fraud and forgery relating to immigration. In Japan, Mexico, Sweden, and Switzerland human trafficking is severely punished. The highest punishment frames for immigration offenses are found in Mexico, and these aim at coping with the problem of transient migration en route to the United States."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Subject Emigration and immigration law -- Brazil.
Emigration and immigration law -- Egypt.
Emigration and immigration law -- Japan.
Emigration and immigration law -- Mexico.
Emigration and immigration law -- Sweden.
Emigration and immigration law -- Switzerland.
Sanctions (International law)
Emigration and immigration law. (OCoLC)fst00908736
Sanctions (International law) (OCoLC)fst01104789
Brazil. (OCoLC)fst01206830
Egypt. (OCoLC)fst01208755
Japan. (OCoLC)fst01204082
Mexico. (OCoLC)fst01211700
Sweden. (OCoLC)fst01204537
Switzerland. (OCoLC)fst01205401
Added Author Law Library of Congress (U.S.). Directorate of Legal Research for International, Comparative and Foreign Law, issuing body.
Note At head of title: Report for Congress
Gpo Item No. 0818-J (online)
Sudoc No. LC 42.2:IM 4

 
    
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