Beyond Control: Immigration & Human Rights in a Democratic South Africa
J. S. Crush
Southern Africa Migration Project, 1998 - Civil rights - 189 pages
This book critically reviews the content and application of South Africa's immigration legislation, including the Aliens Control Act of 1991, from a variety of legal and non-legal perspectives.
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Rooted in Racism The Origins of the Aliens
Immigration Human Rights in South Africa
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administrative justice Aliens Control Act Aliens Control Amendment apartheid appeal application for permanent arrested Article asylum seekers Black Sash border Canada Cape Town citizenship clause convention Department of Home detained detention documents economic employment enter South Africa entitled entry exemption foreigners freedom Gazankulu granted Home Affairs human rights identity documents illegal immigrants Immigrants Selection Board Immigration Act immigration law immigration officer immigration policy interim Constitution international law issue Johannesburg Klaaren labour migrant workers Minister of Home Mozambicans Mozambique non-citizens offence passport permanent residence political Pretoria procedures programme prohibited immigrants prohibited person protection provinces provisions reasons refugee Refugee Affairs refugee status refused regional committee regulations Reitzes remain in South removal repatriation Republic Ressano Garcia Shangaans South Africa South African citizens South African immigration temporary permit temporary residence permit terms of section undocumented migrants UNHCR United Kingdom violate warrant