Prevention of irregular migration
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People have been moving throughout history. These movements may be either obligatory due to natural disasters, wars and famines or voluntary such as the movements to find more fertile lands or new jobs. The movements of people have been limited by the immigration policies of receiving countries. Although developed countries are willing to accept migrant workers in economic boom years, they do their best to limit their entrance in stagnation periods. As a last resort, people use the deficiencies in legal and physical measures to enter the destination countries illegally. These people are mostly employed in the jobs shunned by the natives and therefore they are still welcomed implicitly. Receiving states try to prevent illegal immigration waves as they are seen as a threat to the sovereignty, and more recently, the security of the states. This thesis analyzes the measures to be taken in prevention of illegal migration and tries to bring new solutions to the problem.
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