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The Irish Immigration, Residence and Protection Bill 2008 – A Critical Overview

Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law

Edited by:
Dr Helena Wray
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Professional
Publication Date:
September 2022
(2008) Vol 22, No 3 IANL Introduction Failure to set out clear immigration rules in primary legislation Summary deportations Need for an independent appeals mechanism for the review of immigration decisions Limitation of access to justice for migrants Limitation of the right to marry and international human rights obligations Lack of provision of a right to family reunification Long-term residence – no real permanence Insufficient protection for victims of trafficking Fees and excessive ministerial discretion Combining immigration and asylum issues in the same legislation Conclusion ...

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