Evaluation Admittance and deportation act BES

Evaluation Admittance and deportation act BES

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Summary

The constitutional structure of the Kingdom of the Netherlands changed with effect from 10 October 2010 (10-10-10’), whereby Curaçao and Sint Maarten became independent countries within the Kingdom and the Netherlands Antilles was dismantled. Bonaire, Sint Eustatius en Saba became part of the Netherlands as public bodies. The three latter islands are also collectively referred to as the Caribbean Netherlands.
The immigration law of the Netherlands Antilles was laid down in the National Ordinance Admission and Expulsion (LTU)) and the Admission Decree. The new Admittance and Deportation Act BES (WTU-BES)), which came into effect on 10 October 2010, is based on the LTU. The WTU-BES has also partially been adapted to the Dutch Aliens Act 2000 and the Dutch Aliens Decree 2000.

The central research question reads as follows:
How does the WTU-BES function taking into account the principles formulated around 10-10-’10, what problems can be defined and how can these problems be resolved?

Publication data

Author(s):
Winter, H., Beukers, M., Blekkenhorst, G., Struiksma, N.
Organization(s):
University Groningen - Pro Facto, WODC
Place of publication:
Groningen
Publisher:
University Groningen - Pro Facto
Year of publication:
2018

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