Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)

Abstract

Counteracting to Illegal Migration: Foreign Experience

Author(s): Skrypniuk Oleksandr Vasylovych, Myskiv Lesia, Lyzohubenko Yevhen, Shmahun Antonina, Kresina Irina

Description: The purpose of the article is to analyze the current trends in the increased spread of labor migration in Ukraine and the EU and to analyze the system of preventive and response measures aimed at overcoming such a negative phenomenon as illegal migration. The subject of the article is the study of some aspects of foreign experience in combating illegal migration with the further implementation in Ukrainian legislation. Methodology: Research methods are chosen based on the object, subject, and purpose of the study. The study used general scientific and special methods of legal science. The methodological bases for the study the following scientific methods: dialectical method, method of scientific abstraction, methods of system analysis, formal-dogmatic, systemic structural, historical and comparative and logical. The results of the study: The results of the study indicated that the authors suggested a vision of the strategy, ways and mechanisms for overcoming economic crime in Ukraine through the introduction of the best European experience. Practical implications: As a result of the research, proposals were made on the need to improve the system of combating illegal migration, as well as identifying key legislative initiatives to prevent and combat illegal migration. Value/originality: On the basis of foreign experience, the main directions of counteraction to illegal migration were formulated and proposed.