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Immigration Policy, Supervision and Control of U.S. Borders


Peres Gabriel


affiliation not provided to SSRN

May 30, 2011

Journal of Criminal Investigation, Volume IV, Issue 1/2011

Abstract:     
In the United States immigration has become a major source of demographic increase and cultural, social, political and economic changes that have inherently generated controversies as to the ethnicity, economic benefits, the locals’ work places and have also impacted greatly on the social mobility, criminality and the right to vote. Starting with 2006 the USA has accepted illegal immigrants as legal permanent residents (LPRs) in a larger proportion than all the other states. Border security and the defence against terrorist acts are major objectives of the American Customs and Border Protection Department.

Keywords: border security, immigration, border control and surveillance

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Date posted: May 31, 2012  

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Gabriel, Peres, Immigration Policy, Supervision and Control of U.S. Borders (May 30, 2011). Journal of Criminal Investigation, Volume IV, Issue 1/2011. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2070611

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