International Immigration & Human Rights Law
Volume III, Issue VI, 2020
Migration across borders can lead to tragic consequences for humanity and protection and the need for assistance from those involved. Although many arrive safely at their destination, others may find themselves in a tense situation either because they live there or are experiencing setbacks and many are enduring severe hardships and dangers. In these refugee cases, migrants are protected under international law against the consequences of disputes in the nation. The paper will also review relevant legislation especially on the issue of migration, refugees and also consider international law on discrimination which provides a framework for the protection of migrant protection and foreign bodies that help protect refugees. This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of the human rights of migrants and refugees prescribed by the UN Refugee Convention. At a time when states are increasingly challenging the logic of mobilizing refugees for their own citizens, questions now arise as to whether refugees should be allowed to enjoy the freedom of movement, work, obtain public welfare programs, or meet again. With family members. Doubts were expressed as to whether there was a duty to exempt refugees from visa and other immigration regulations and to allow refugees at all. Hathaway connects the standards of the UN Refugee Convention with key provisions of international human rights law and applies its analysis to the world’s most difficult defense challenges.