Imigran ilegal

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Imigran ilegal merupakan sekelompok orang yang masuk atau tinggal di sebuah negara secara ilegal. Ilegal yang dimaksud adalah tidak mengikuti undang-undang imigrasi, contohnya memasuki negara tujuan tanpa ijin dan bukan dengan melalui pintu masuk utama.

Faktor[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Perang
  • Reunifikasi keluarga
  • Kemiskinan
  • Perkembangan populasi

Bacaan lebih lanjut[sunting | sunting sumber]

Christine Bischoff, Falk, Francesca and Sylvia Kafehsy: Images of Illegalized Immigration. Towards a Critical Iconology of Politics. Bielefeld: transcript. November 2010, ISBN 978-3-8376-1537-1

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