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Score: 1425857.8 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...0International%20Migration.pdf
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SDG INDICATOR 10.7.2 Number of countries with migration policies to facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people Policy Brief 1. (...) Country reporting of policies to facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration is uneven across the six domains Globally, more than three-quarters of Governments that replied to the migration module of the Twelfth Inquiry meet or fully meet the criteria for domain 3 “Cooperation and partnerships” (79 per cent) or domain 6 “Safe, orderly and regular migration” (77 per cent) (figure 3). (...) Promoting safe, orderly and regular migration is a priority for most Governments.
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Score: 1333423.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ical/Policy%20Brief_10.7.2.pdf
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The greater the number of safe, regular means of migration that are available to individuals, the less likely children are to make unsafe journeys and resort to irregular and/or unsafe migration. (...) Case managers also guide families through the bureaucratic process associated with assessment of their asylum claim or attempts to regularize their migratory status, helping them to explore all available means to remain in the country legally, and, if this is not possible, considering all avenues to depart the country. (...) Develop National Action Plans to end immigration detention of children and their families: States should develop national action plans for ending the immigration detention of children and families as part of their broader efforts to ensure safe, orderly and regular migration based on protection, human rights and non-discrimination.
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Score: 1328151.6 - https://www.unicef.org/media/5...on%20of%20Children%20(ENG).pdf
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Comments on: UNHCR Observations on the proposed legislative amendments to Chapter 12 of the Norwegian Immigration Act on the use of coercive measures, including administrative detention of families with children, arrest, directed residence/residence restrictions and regular reporting to the authorities- public hearing/public consultation Comments on: UNHCR Observations on the proposed legislative amendments to Chapter 12 of the Norwegian Immigration Act on the use of coercive measures, including administrative detention of families with children, arrest, directed residence/residence restrictions and regular reporting to the authorities- public hearing/public consultation UNHCR
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Score: 1326818.9 - https://www.unhcr.org/neu/no/8...milies-with-children.html/feed
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From our perspective, this type of system includes diversified and expanded regular migration opportunities (for work at all skills levels, study, and family unification, as well as regular humanitarian pathways), improved treatment of migrants in transit and upon arrival, better managed entry and stay, honouring of obligations to admit returning nationals, and improved integration mechanisms. (...) Every decision to detain an individual is subject to immediate and regular legal reviews by a duly appointed and properly trained member of the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB). (...) Irregular migration and regular pathways, including decent work, labour mobility, recognition of skills and qualifications and other relevant measures.
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Score: 1318800.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...es/Migration/36_42/Canada.docx
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Migration has become prominent in the Migration has become prominent in the national and international agenda since national and international agenda since the 1990sthe 1990s OUTLINEOUTLINE Emigration policiesEmigration policies Overall emigrationOverall emigration Return migrationReturn migration Regional and subRegional and sub--regional harmonizationregional harmonization Immigration policies Regulation of the number and type of migration Formulation of policies to influence the conditions of migrants within a country Overall immigration levels Skilled migration Low-skilled migration Family reunification Undocumented migration Integration of non nationals Regularization programmes (linguistic and vocational training, easier acquisition of citizenship) Immigration PoliciesImmigration Policies Overall immigration levelsOverall immigration levels Views: Since 1986, about oneViews: Since 1986, about one--fifth of countries view the level of immigration fifth of countries view the level of immigration as too high.as too high. In 2003, more than oneIn 2003, more than one--third of countries report policies designed to third of countries report policies designed to change migration from its current level; among them, onechange migration from its current level; among them, one--third want to third want to lower immigration and 5 per cent want to raise it.lower immigration and 5 per cent want to raise it. (...) This translates into: Extension of legal competencies Extension of legal competencies More stringent requirements for visa issuance; More stringent requirements for visa issuance; Tighter border security (e.g. fingerprinting and photograph); inTighter border security (e.g. fingerprinting and photograph); increased creased use of technological measures;use of technological measures; Regularization programmes Regularization programmes Bilateral agreements for readmissionBilateral agreements for readmission •• PolandPoland--Russian FederationRussian Federation •• IrelandIreland--Nigeria Nigeria •• SpainSpain--Colombia, Dominican RepublicColombia, Dominican Republic •• SpainSpain--Morocco (nationals and those transiting)Morocco (nationals and those transiting) Regional and Regional and subregionalsubregional harmonizationharmonization Harmonization of immigration policies among Harmonization of immigration policies among governments has facilitated information governments has facilitated information exchange and improved regional cooperation. exchange and improved regional cooperation.
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Score: 1316178.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...xpert/8/PopulationDivII_pp.pdf
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Facilitating orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people, including through the implementation of planned and well-managed migration policies is an explicit target of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. 2. Most Governments seek to maintain current levels of immigration At the global level, the majority of national Governments (61 per cent) have a policy to maintain current levels of documented immigration into their country. (...) One third of Governments (34 per cent) have taken measures to regularize their legal status. __________________ SOURCE United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2016).
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Score: 1315281.8 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...f/popfacts/PopFacts_2017-7.pdf
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In this case, the DHS officer should first try to find proof of your claim in immigration records. If the DHS officer finds proof of your claim to U.S. citizenship or to legal permanent residence, refugee, or asylee status in the U.S., then he or she will decide if you can enter the country or if you should be placed in regular removal proceedings to have a judge review your case. (...) If the asylum officer determines FIRRP — last updated November 2007 8 that you have established that there is a reasonable possibility that you will be persecuted or tortured if removed from the United States, you will be placed in regular “removal” proceedings before an Immigration Judge. (...) If the officer finds there is not sufficient evidence for a removal order, DHS will terminate Administrative Removal proceedings and serve a Notice to Appear to begin regular removal proceedings before an Immigration Judge.
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Score: 1302261.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/58a2141b4.pdf
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Historia de América Latina Measurement of SDG indicator on countries with well-managed migration policies Frank Laczko Director, Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC), International Organization for Migration (IOM) Clare Menozzi Population Affairs Officer Population Division, UN DESA Facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people, including through the implementation of planned and well-managed migration policies Sustainable Development Goal target 10.7 Indicators of SDG target 10.7  10.7.1 Recruitment cost borne by employee as a proportion of yearly income earned in country of destination (ILO and World Bank)  10.7.2 Number of countries with well-managed migration policies (UN DESA and IOM) DESA-PD / IOM collaboration to develop the methodology and measurements for SDG indicator 10.7.2 Concept and measure of “number of countries with well-managed migration policies” based on:  Conceptual framework: the ‘Migration Governance Framework’ (MiGOF), welcomed by the IOM’s Council at its 106th session in November 2015  Data source: the UN Inquiry among Governments on Population and Development (UN DESA) MiGOF is comprised of three principles and three objectives The United Nations Inquiry among Governments on Population and Development  Mandated by the General Assembly in 1962  First Inquiry conducted in 1963  Conducted on behalf of the Secretary-General, through the Permanent Missions to the UN in New York  The scope of the inquiries has changed over time, with changing policy priorities in the world  Eleventh Inquiry (May 2014) is divided into three modules: I. (...) International Migration  Greater emphasis on programmatic measures  The Inquiry responses on policy variables are codified into the World Population Policies Database Migration module in the Eleventh Inquiry 26 questions on: • Policies on immigration • Policies on emigration • Measures on integration of immigrants • Policies on naturalization and citizenship • Measures on irregular immigration • Measures on diaspora’s investments including remittances The Inquiry: Moving forward  Greater involvement and ownership by Member States in the design and implementation of the Inquiry  Improved coordination with partner agencies  Possibility of more focused modules on specific topics, including migration Example: UN DESA-IOM collaboration on the development and implementation of the methodology for SDG indicator 10.7.2. (...) Mobility dimensions of crises Government measures to deliver comprehensive responses to refugees and other forcibly displaced persons 6. Safe, orderly and regular migration Government measures to address regular or irregular immigration Migrant rights SUBCATEGORY YES NO REGARDLESS OF LEGAL IMMIGRATION STATUS ONLY FOR THOSE WITH LEGAL IMMIGRATION STATUS a.
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Score: 1300706.8 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...IOM%20joint%20presentation.pdf
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Today it has become a country of immigration. Our communities are present throughout the world. (...) This mechanism aims not to increase the number of entries into our country but rather to heavily reduce situations of illegality, prevent organized crime's trafficking in human being, and provide more regular treatment and dignified conditions to those who enter our country. (...) A significant share of second-generation immigrants do not attend required school on a regular basis, creating the risk that one of the most important places for becoming citizens will not be utilized.
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Score: 1300466.6 - https://www.un.org/webcast/migration/pdfs/italy-e.pdf
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