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Nom: Act (2009:1542) to amend the Foreigners Act (2005:716).
Pays: Suède
Sujet(s): Travailleurs migrants
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 2009-12-17
Entry into force:
Publié le: Fritzes författningssamling, 2009, Vecka 53, No. 31, 20 pp., ISSN: 1403-8889
ISN: SWE-2009-L-84534
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=84534&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Fritzes författningssamling, 2009, Vecka 53, No. 31, 20 pp., ISSN: 1403-8889
Act online in Swedish Act online in Swedish Regeringens rättsdatabaser, Notisum AB, www.notisum.se, Sweden, 20 pp. PDF PDF (consulté le 2010-08-27)
Résumé/Citation: Repeals ch. 5 art. 26, ch. 14 art. 12-13 and ch. 16 art. 7. Amends the following articles:
Ch. 1 art. 1, 3, 7 and 12 concerning content, scope and definitions of the act, including definitions of situations relevant to national security and asylum.
Ch. 4 art. 1-3, 5 and 6 concerning refugees or other persons in need of protection, and the role of the Migration Board.
Ch. 5 art. 1, 3, 3a, 15a, 18, 20-21 and 24-25 concerning the right to a residence permit - and to appeal decisions - for refugees, other persons in need of protection and parents of such persons. Also stipulates the government's right to bring up exceptional cases.
Ch. 5a art. 4 concerning the limits to refugees' possibility of obtaining a permanent residence permit.
Ch. 6 art. 6 concerning the right of the government or an appeal instance to decide issues concerning work permits as well as residence permits.
Ch. 7 art. 7 concerning the withdrawal of permanent residence permits.
Ch. 8 art. 11, 13-14, 16 and 18-21 concerning the expulsion of foreigners and the role of the Migration Board in such cases.
Ch. 9 art. 8 concerning the right of the Migration Board and the police to take finger prints of foreigners applying for refugee status.
Ch. 10 art. 11 and 13-16 concerning custody and the role of the Migration Board, the police and the government in processing issues related to custody.
Ch. 11 art. 5 concerning the right to health care for foreigners in custody.
Ch. 12 art. 3, 4, 8, 11, 14-17 and 19-21 concerning the rejection or expulsion of foreigners who have applied for refugee status.
Ch. 13 art. 1 concerning the right of an asylum seeker to have an oral processing of his or her case at the Migration Board.
Ch. 14 art. 5-6, 9 and 11 concerning appeal of decisions.
Ch. 15 art. 3 concerning declarations made by an applicant.
Ch. 16 art. 1, 6, 8 and 11 concerning judicial procedures and the role of the administrative courts.
Ch. 18 art. 1 concerning the right to public counselling.
Ch. 20 art. 2 concerning sanctions for unlawful entry and residence by foreigners, and exceptions for refugees.
Ch. 21 art. 2 and 5 concerning the temporary protection rule.
Ch. 22 art. 2 concerning the right of foreigners with witness status at an international court.
Adds the following new articles:
Ch. 1 art. 14 concerning residence permit applicants, notably cases where the security police has requested an expulsion according to the law on special control of foreigners.
Ch. 4 art. 2a-c, 3a-c and 5a-c concerning refugees and other foreigners in need of protection, and regulations for falling under these categories.
Ch. 5 art. 1a-c concerning exceptions to the right to residence of refugees, other foreigners in need of protection, and asylum seekers.
Ch. 12 art. 8a and 19a concerning procedures for expulsion of foreigners due to criminal acts.
Ch. 13 art. 9a concerning the procedure for withdrawal of declarations by the Migration Board.
Ch. 14 art. 14a concerning appeal of rejected asylum applications.
Ch. 18 art. 1a concerning public counselling in relation to appeals of decisions made by the Migration Board.
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