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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Regulating Marriage Migration into the UK: A Stranger in the Home (eBook)

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ISBN13: 9781317068792
Published: September 2011
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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Marriage migration is a controversial and problematic issue in the UK as elsewhere in Europe. This timely analysis is a comprehensive examination of the regulation of marriage migration into the UK. With international relevance, the book uses this analysis to examine the relationship between government priorities and the dynamics of transnational family life. The book is one of the first to scrutinise the control of UK marriage migration after 1997 and explores the dilemmas faced by the post-1997 government in managing this form of migration in a changed domestic and international environment. Using high quality sources from across the political spectrum, it analyses regulatory decisions made by government, the judiciary and the visa service and suggests that there is an unofficial and unarticulated hierarchy predicated on assumptions and beliefs about acceptable marriages. Finally, the book establishes a principled basis for the future regulation of marriage migration.

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Subjects:
eBooks, Immigration, Asylum, Refugee and Nationality Law
Contents:
Introduction: the 'problem' of marriage migration
Part I 1962-1997: Before the 1962 Act; Inclusion to exclusion: martriage migration, commonwealth citizens and the legislature 1962-1997; Marking the boundaries of exclusion - marriage migration and the judiciary before 1997; Cynicism: entry clearance on the Indian sub-continent 1969-1997.
Part II 1997-2010: A conditional welcome: immigration policy 1997-2010; No surrender: legislative control of marriage migration 1997-2010; Marking new boundaries: judicial control of marriage migration 1997-2010; A partial reorientation? Marriage migration and the visa service 1997-2010; Conclusion: a stranger in the home; Appendix; Bibliography; Index.