The Legal Position of Migrants in Denmark: Assessing the Context around the "Cartoon Crisis"
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- The Legal Position of Migrants in Denmark: Assessing the Context around the "Cartoon Crisis"
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What can we infer from the legal status of migrants living in Denmark? This article argues that understanding recent developments in Danish immigration law is essential for comprehending contemporary political tensions in this policy area, including notably the cartoon incident. The analysis offered focuses on general principles and practical notions of Danish immigration and refugee law, integration policies and regulations in light of international legal obligations, rules on family reunification, and the growing importance of citizenship status and anti-terrorism measures.
Rights of migrants - Immigration Law - Citizenship Law - Integration policies - Denmark
|Journal||European Journal of Migration and Law|
|Number of pages||24|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
- The Faculty of Law
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