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Irregular migration from the former Soviet Union to the United States

Saltanat Liebert

Irregular migration from the former Soviet Union to the United States

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Immigrants -- Asia, Central,
  • Immigrants -- Caucasus,
  • Immigrants -- Former Soviet republics,
  • Illegal aliens -- United States,
  • Asia, Central -- Emigration and immigration,
  • Caucasus -- Emigration and immigration,
  • Former Soviet republics -- Emigration and immigration,
  • United States -- Emigration and immigration

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSaltanat Liebert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJV8182 .L54 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23174952M
    ISBN 109780415776929, 9780203871720
    LC Control Number2009008210


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Examines irregular migration from former Soviet states to the United States. This book discusses reasons for migration; the profile of migrants; how the process works, how migrants obtain US visas; where they work once arrived; and, if they intend to return home.

Book Description. This book is the first in English to examine irregular migration from post-Soviet states, focusing in particular on migration to the United States. Due to globalization and the end of the Cold War, citizens of the former Soviet Union are on the move as never before.

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Due to globalization and the end of the Cold War, citizens of the former Soviet Union are on the move as never before.

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It discusses reasons for migration; the profile of migrants; how the process works. Migration in the countries of the former Soviet Union Ethnonationalist policies of the post-Soviet states and of Russia’s republics (ethnic autonomies) had a degree of wishful thinking that, say, representatives of ethnic Adygeis In turn, the real and imaginary threats from irregular migration to.

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The main cause of irregular migration is less a disregard of regulations by migrants than a continuing inequality within and between countries, and the failure of states to create adequate.

“Irregular Migration from the former Soviet Union to the United States” focuses on the experience of thousands of people from poor post-Soviet countries who migrated to the West legally and illegally in search of better-paid work to support themselves and their families.

Irregular Migration from the Former Soviet Union to the United States, New York: Routledge. Liebert, Saltanat, Stephen Condrey and Dmitry Goncharov, Editors. Public Administration in Post-Communist Countries: Former Soviet Union, Central and Eastern Europe, and Mongolia.

ASPA Public Administration and Public Policy Book Series, Boca Raton. Her research interests include public policy, immigration, and comparative public administration. She previously worked for the World Bank, the International Organization for Migration, and United Nations agencies.

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The history of dynamic migration flows throughout the Soviet Union pre- and post-collapse has significantly shaped the current migration reality in Russia.

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Migratory trends provide a timely insight into the quickly changing eddies and currents of development which are so important in a transitional society such as the former Soviet Union (FSU). On January 21the Center for Migration Studies (CMS) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) co-sponsored a conference on irregular migration.

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Saltanat Liebert is Assistant Professor at the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government & Public Affairs, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA. Her forthcoming book, Irregular Labor Migration from the Former Soviet Union to the United States, will be published by Routledge in August.

Broader lines indicate more sizeable migration flows, while the arrow indicates the direction of the flow. As can be observed, migration from former Soviet Union countries to Europe gained momentum after the fall of the Berlin Wall but gradually decreased thereafter.

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Stateless means having. After the dissolution of the Former Soviet Union, the area of the current 12 Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) became a widely used corridor for irregular migration and trafficking in human beings, both from within and outside the region.

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