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The Netherlands: Liberal to tough

image of The Netherlands: Liberal to tough

The major external controls established by the Netherlands is the visa requirement for foreigners to prevent the violation of immigration laws in conjunction with other Schengen countries, the regulation of immigration for the purpose of family reunification (requiring family members to obtain residence and work permits in their countries of origin), and efforts to rapidly process asylum applications. Internal controls have been tightened, primarily by linking household and other databases in a manner that makes it very hard for someone without a legal residence permit to work or to obtain welfare benefits.

Related Subject(s): Migration
Sustainable Development Goals:
Countries: Netherlands
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