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Return Migration: Theory and Practice

We would like to remind that the publication “Return Migration: Theory and Practice” edited by PhD Tomasz Sieniow is available in the Migration Library. It is the part of the Migration Law and Policy Studies. The publication is an effect of the Institute of European Studies at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin project.  The project has been co-financed from the European Return Fund. The Rule of Law Institute’s workers took part in the whole enterprise.

It is worth looking through the book because of its variety of themes. The publication is as interesting as it contains 9 parts: 5 concern directly the relations with Ukraine, next 4 consist substantial impact of the EU law on national regulations on migration. Co-authors take into consideration: the Readmission Agreement, Local border traffic, return migration, a Safe European Country Concept and some other crucial issues of the return policy.

Available in the series are:

  1. Aquisition of Polish Citizenship.
  2. Long-term residence of foreigners in Poland in the light of act on foreigners of 12 December 2013.
  3. Acqui Return.

We invite to visit our Library and look through those publications.

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