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THE ROMANIAN LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK ON IMMIGRATION 1

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Author(s): Simina TĂNĂSESC

Journal: Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences
ISSN 1842-2845

Volume: 21;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 113;
Date: 2007;
Original page

Keywords: relatively highly | the general legislative | UNHCR | “resident” and “permanent resident”

ABSTRACT
This paper critically discusses the legalframework pertaining to the status of foreigners andmigration and highlights several of the challengesrelated to adapting the existing legislation to therequirements imposed by the adhesion to theEuropean Union and the need to incorporate theacquis into the national legislation.Statistics seem to demonstrate that emigrationrather then immigration is (still) characteristic fornowadays Romania. This situation is likely tochange in the near future. However, one cannotput too much emphasis on the importance of theaccession of Romania to EU with regard to theexternal border of the Community. The defenceof borders and the predominance of “security”over the protection of human rights, particularlythose affecting nationals of third countries2, wereinspiring not only the policies of the EuropeanCommission3or regulations of the EuropeanCouncil4, but also the Romanian legislation. Thefollowing presentation attempts to demonstratethe high degree of harmonisation of the Romanianlegislative framework with EU relevant acquis.
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