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Title: An analysis of the effectiveness of migration law in Uganda
Authors: Kasifa, Nabirye
Keywords: Law
Effectiveness
Migration
Uganda
Issue Date: Sep-2012
Publisher: Kampala international international: School Of Law
Abstract: The law governing migration differs according to countries. Each country has its own laws about migration. In Uganda migration laws are mainly found in the Constitution of Uganda 1995, Uganda citizenship and immigration Control Act Cap 22 and Passport Regulations 2004. The purpose of the migration laws is to help in promoting national security by effectively monitoring and controlling the movement of persons into and out of the country and provide an efficient and effective passport services. However the law appears ineffective. There is a lot of illegal immigrants in the country. Many Uganda passports are in the hands of wrong people. This called for this research to try and find out what causes this. Analytical study research design has been used of both qualitative and quantitative approaches for Data collection to get to know the effectiveness of the law. A total of 50 Respondents including Migration Staffs, Foreigners business persons and students have been used in the study. It was concluded that the law is effective but some mitigation factors make it appear ineffective.
Description: A research paper submitted to the faculty of law as one of the requirements for the award of a diploma in laws of the Kampala international university.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/10691
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