This subject provides an introduction to the law, policy and practices that impact on the regulatory and facilitatory border management role in respect of people crossing national borders. Migration Law is studied from both international and domestic perspectives. The subject considers sociological, humanitarian and demographic policy impacts and such practical issues such as visas and entry permits, border operations and compliance.
Centre for Customs and Excise Studies
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