Immigration Act of UK - Essay

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Table of ContentsPART 1: Essay.................................................................................................................................2PART 2: Precis................................................................................................................................4PART 3: Self Reflection..................................................................................................................5REFERENCES................................................................................................................................61
PART 1: EssayThe set of rules and regulations may differ from one country to another based upon theirchallenges and experiences being faced by them. Further, it is also dependent upon theauthorities as well that whether they want to attracts large number of migrants towards theterritory or not. The essay makes a comprehensive discussion regarding the statement,“Boundaries can never be neutral” and analyse that whether there is any impact of boundaries onmigration or not. The essay will also make discussion regarding lenient and restricted aspects ofImmigration Act of UK so as to concrete the knowledge aspect regarding stated subject matter.Every country has their own rules and regulation with respect to immigration. The policiesbeing followed by the government also helps in finding out that whether it is easy or difficult toapproach or visit to a country. Moreover, the purpose of each individual can also be differentwith respect to their visits. People may visit for travel, education or employment purposes. Ithelps in defining their duration of visit as well (Newburn, 2012). Hence, immigration law hasalso been designed by UK government so as to ensure that all the policies are procedures areappropriately being followed by people and territory can be kept secure. Most commonprocedure is by issuing visa or having appropriate visa procedure. It is only approved if thecountry finds all the documents and intentions of the individual correct. The activities related todocumentation and visa is quite important so as to mitigate the activity of terrorism that maycrop up due to migration of individual from one place to another with some of the other malicemotive. Also, it helps in initiating peace in the environment in the maximum possible way(Immigration Act: overview,2016).There are various individuals who tend to migrate from one location to another. The motivecan variate as per the living condition of people. UK have been a hub of migration, where largenumber of people tend to transfer to this territory with the motive of gaining higher education, toearn better livelihood, that is, employment, to have greater social class and status, etc. Migrationhave extensively grown in UK due to availability of large number of employment opportunitiesavailable for people in it (Stewart and Mulvey, 2014). Further, migration can be due to otherreasons as well. It can include other reasons, such as, social, political, economic andenvironmental aspects. Moving towards better quality of living with the aim of having bettersocial life is also another reason linked to migration. It as been estimated that approximately2
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