Extraterritorial immigration control : What role for legal guarantees?
chapterposted on 09.06.2014 by Bernard F. Ryan
Division of a book, which in a scholarly context usually treats a part of a larger subject in a stand-alone manner.
This chapter provides an overview, from a legal perspective, of extraterritorial practices within contemporary immigration control. It will focus on examples from the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union, with the experiences of other developed states referred to where appropriate. The material is organised into three substantive sections, which discuss visa requirements, predeparture checks and interception at sea, respectively.