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Migration law in Estonia.


Migration law in Estonia.

Andresen, Ene and Berit Aaviksoo.

Wolters Kluwer Law & Business


317 pages



In this reference for lawyers, policymakers, government administrators, and NGOs, authors Andresen and Aaviksoo (law, University of Tartu) give a detailed overview of Estonian legislative acts applicable in the field of migration law and acquaint the reader with the practices of the Supreme Court of Estonia. The book begins with an in-depth introduction on immigration history, an overview of national legal instruments, and an overview of international legal instruments applicable in Estonia. Later sections cover border control, right of residence (including right of residence for special categories of persons such as students), sanctions, legal remedies and procedural safeguards, access to the legal market, and access to self-employed activities. The book was originally published in the International Encyclopedia of Laws, 2010. Kluwer Law International is now Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.

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