Immigration and Refugee Policies

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Abstract

Denmark's entry policies may be summarised by stating that, as a general rule, immigration is no longer possible for non-Nordic and non-EC nationals. The exception is the entry of certain family members under the family reunification program detailed below which is itself restrictively administered. In an effort to stem the flow of refugees, moreover, Denmark has adopted very restrictive provisions which have the effect of denying access to many 'Convention' refugees. Implicit in the Danish policy is a desire to stem the flow into Denmark of non-western Europeans, which usually means 'non-whites'.

Nordic Journal of International Law

Acta scandinavica juris gentium

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