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Functions of Public Security Departments in Relation to Exit and Entry Administration

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This section of the book The Right to Leave and Return and Chinese Migration Law contains an appendix of functions of public security departments in relation to exit and entry administration. The Chinese regulatory framework governing the right to leave and return (RLR) includes Chinese migration law (Zhongguo Yimin Fa), the Constitution, administrative law, and administrative procedural law and foreign exchange law. The Chinese government has not yet promulgated statutes that use the terms ‘migration’, ‘immigration’ or ‘emigration’. The contents of migration laws are contained in laws governing exit and entry. Chinese migration law here means Chinese existing laws governing exit and entry, which is also called Chinese exit and entry administration law (Zhongguo Churujing Guanli Fa).

Keywords: administrative law; administrative procedural law; Chinese exit and entry administration law; Chinese migration law; Chinese regulatory framework; foreign exchange law; public security departments; right to leave and return (RLR)



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