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Reflecting on the many international contributions in this second edition, we are struck by the anti-immigration policies that governments worldwide have embarked upon in order to deflect from declining domestic popularity, and how the concerns which we expressed in the introduction to the first edition have since materialised. Global economic uncertainty has, if anything, increased since last year, which has ensured that immigration remains in the forefront of political debate around the world.
The central focus of each chapter in the review is on the procedure and rules that apply to economic migrants, covering changes to primary legislation, processes, and key cases that have been determined by the relevant courts. As an annual publication, each chapter includes an overview of key developments from the preceding 12 months and concludes with an outlook for the future. Each contributing author is a recognised legal expert in his or her field. Covering 26 jurisdictions worldwide, The Corporate Immigration Review aims to be an invaluable tool for in house counsel and private practitioners who wish to keep abreast of the way in which business immigration continues to evolve at a pace far faster than could possibly have been anticipated a few years ago.