Cross-border Migration Regulation: Lessons for Russia

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Cross-border Migration Regulation: Lessons for Russia
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2017. No 4. P. 92-104



Abstract
Migrations are an integral component of human mobility in its geographic sub-section. Cross-border movements  are a consequence of state borders emergence. The immigration policy of the host countries relies primarily on the national institutions of immigration regulation. It’s their responsibility to effectively regulate the influx of desirable aliens and the attrition of unwanted applicants, to prevent over-stay and expel illegal (undocumented) third-country nationals. In addition, in migration practice, it is necessary to distinguish between the socalled standard course of cross-border migration and extraordinary exacerbations of the situation, usually associated with extreme events: wars, natural disasters, technogenic and environmental catastrophes.

Each of the selected processes has its own patterns, causes and effects. Various regulatory systems are used for them accordingly, including the regulatory framework, policies, institutions and instruments for implementing this policy, assessing the consistency of the results achieved, and the objectives set. It’s no coincidence that various systems for regulating cross-border migrants’ movements and influx of refugees, internally displaced persons and asylum seekers have emerged. In modern conditions a significant change in priorities, goals and objectives of migration regulation takes place. 


Keywords

cross-border migration, immigration regulation, labor migration, host countries, immigration sponsorship 


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For citation:
Komarovskiy V. Cross-border Migration Regulation: Lessons for Russia. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2017, No 4, pp. 92-104



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