La política de inmigración en Andalucía tras la reforma del Estatuto de Autonomía: Derechos de los extranjeros y coordinación entre Administraciones Públicas
AbstractSpanish Autonomous Communities of Andalucia have acquired competences over migration. Inequality could be a consequence of such recognition of migration competences. Different legal systems could affect the general legal system of the state. For instance, it could affect work permits and residence permits. My paper focuses on this problem. We need a realistic and efficient system of intergovernmentals relations in order to meet the Schengen space.
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Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): 4 (June)
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Immigration; Intergovernmental Relations; Schengen space; Statute of Autonomy; boundaries; coordination; cooperation; foreign rights;
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