This book examines and critiques the regulation of marriage migration into the UK. It analyses the problems posed for governments by marriage migration and provides a discussion of contemporary regulation. The book takes a contextual approach, placing the regulatory framework against the background of government concerns about immigration control, labour displacement, race, integration and the reproduction and continuation of alien norms of family life. The book also explores global movement and transnationalism and the importance of marriage in patterns of global migration.
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