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This preliminary material contains a table of content, preface, and a list of contributors of the book Extraterritorial Immigration Control: Legal Challenges. The book analyses the legal challenges posed by contemporary phenomena of extraterritorial immigration control. The significance of this subject lies in the fact that legal questions are central to extraterritorial immigration control practices. The avoidance of substantive and procedural legal guarantees is often among the reasons for the development of immigration control outside state's jurisdiction.

Keywords: EU; extraterritorial immigration control; international law; state's jurisdiction



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