• Danguolė Seniutienė Mykolas Romeris University (LT)



law and migration processes, border guard, human rights, globalization


This article presents a framework of issues of Migration. Migration is a highly charged and contested issue in most destination States. The analysis of current trends in migration leads to the conclusion that this issue will increase in the near future. It means that more people will decide to change their place of living, and every country will become a source or final destination of migration. Migration processes taking place within state borders. Control of national borders is seen as an essential aspect of the sovereign State. States adopt increasingly restrictive rules, same times fuelled by popular hostility to immigrants. The main task, by using content analysis method is to show, that law enforcement officials: the police officials, border officials must constantly monitor the migration process in the context of globalization, analyse the findings and adapt their daily work.


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