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Employer sanctions in Western Europe

by Mark J. Miller

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Published by Center for Migration Studies of New York in Staten Island, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • Alien labor -- Europe,
    • Illegal aliens -- Europe,
    • Sanctions, Administrative -- Europe

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Mark J. Miller.
      SeriesCMS occasional papers and documentation, Occasional paper ;, #7, Occasional paper (Center for Migration Studies (U.S.)) ;, #7.
      ContributionsGerman Marshall Fund of the United States.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8378.5.A2 M5395 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 67 p. ;
      Number of Pages67
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2737242M
      ISBN 100934733201
      LC Control Number86031739

        The Arizona employer sanctions law represents a recent and growing trend among states and localities to take a more aggressive role in regulating immigrants. The absence of federal legislation on immigration has contributed to this trend. How U.S. Employee Benefits Compare To Europe’s Unsurprisingly, Americans aren’t the beneficiaries of generous paid leave, vacation, or unemployment policies. By Lydia Dishman 6 minute Read.

        Spain was Europe’s fastest-growing large country last year as it rebounded strongly from the depths of the eurozone debt crisis. But unemployment, at nearly 14 percent, is still among Europe.   Europeans in Iran Bitterly Denounce the U.S. as ‘Caesar’ Amid New Sanctions Local Iranian employers are feeling the effects, as well. Europe would face the ramifications in migration.

        Germany accused the US of interfering in its internal affairs on Saturday, in an increasingly angry spat over Washington's decision to impose sanctions on companies involved with a major project to supply Western Europe with Russian gas. Moscow and the European Union also issued statements criticising. Employer sanctions should be strengthened / Carl W. Hampe --Employer sanctions and discrimination: a question of values / Charles Kamasaki --The minimal impact of employer sanctions on Los Angeles / David S. North --Employer sanctions in western Europe / Mark J. Miller --III. The future of U.S. immigration policy.


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Employer Sanctions in Western Europe The study examines illegal immigration issues in Western Europe, including the employment of illegal aliens and patterns of illegal residency. It is also concerned with the development and enforcement of employer sanctions aimed at curbing illegal immigration.

Employer sanctions in Western Europe. Staten Island, N.Y.: Center for Migration Studies of New York, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mark J Miller; German Marshall Fund of the United States.

The Western European experience with employer sanctions suggests that employer sanctions are not inherently discriminatory against racial or ethnic minorities. There is some potential for possible employment discrimination associated with employer sanctions in societies like France and the United States, but the possibility of legal remedy and public vigilance should limit this potential problem.

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Abstract. Embargoes and other coercive measures have been in existence since Antiquity. One of the first documented international embargoes dates back to the IXth century in Western Europe, when the Emperor Charlemagne (Charles the Great) decided to forbid the selling and exportation of Frank swords outside the Frank Empire, as well as preventing Frank blacksmiths from travelling : Romain Broner.

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Employer Sanctions Legislation. For every business, the possibility of accidentally hiring an illegal worker – a non-citizen worker without a visa or in breach of visa conditions – is increasing.

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