Deportation of Foreigners in Turkey: What Has Changed After the Law On Foreigners and International Protection and the Creation of the Directorate General of Migration Management? Evidence from Kocaeli Cover Image
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Deportation of Foreigners in Turkey: What Has Changed After the Law On Foreigners and International Protection and the Creation of the Directorate General of Migration Management? Evidence from Kocaeli
Deportation of Foreigners in Turkey: What Has Changed After the Law On Foreigners and International Protection and the Creation of the Directorate General of Migration Management? Evidence from Kocaeli

Author(s): Ali Haydar Soysüren, Kuvvet Lordoğlu, İbrahim Soysüren
Subject(s): Geography, Regional studies, Civil Law, International Law, Security and defense, Policy, planning, forecast and speculation, Migration Studies
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: Turkey; migration; deportation of foreigners; law; policy; international protection; Kocaeli;
Summary/Abstract: Historically, the deportation of foreigners has been considered as an indispensable tool by the nation states firstly for the construction of their “imagined communities” (Anderson, 2006) and then for the implementation of their migration policies. In this regard, Turkey has not been an exception. As it is rapidly trasnforming into a country of immigration, the deportation of foreigners has become an essential tool of this country’s immigration policies .

  • Page Range: 46-53
  • Page Count: 8
  • Publication Year: 2016
  • Language: English