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Aleksenko M.A.
THE CURRENT STATE OF RUSSIAN-KAZAKHSTANI RELATIONS IN THE FIELD OF MIGRATION [№ 5 ' 2017]
The tense international situation, expressed in terrorist attacks, extremist activity, uncontrolled flows of migrants, forces the governments of states to move closer to the migration legislation. The strongest interaction in the sphere of migration regulation Russia has with the Republic of Kazakhstan is the result not only of long coexistence within the confederation — the Soviet Union. Based on the analytical review of the regulatory framework, it was established that most of the migration agreements in the post-Soviet space were concluded by the Russian Federation with the Republic of Kazakhstan. The agreements between the two states were diverse: from freedom of movement throughout the country and protection of the rights of migrants, to compensation for losses from loss of property for refugees. It was found out that in the last two decades, the migration relations between Russia and the Republic of Kazakhstan are harmonious, the reason for this can be called the community of historical destinies, as well as long-standing cultural ties, the existence of common interests in regulating migration and reducing the number of illegal migrants. It is established that Russian-Kazakh migration cooperation begins in 1991 with an obligation to protect the rights of non-titular nations on the territory of Russia and Kazakhstan, respectively. Based on the analysis of a number of migration laws since 1991, a full-fledged picture of the genesis of Russian-Kazakhstan migration relations in the post-Soviet space is presented. The migration interaction of the two states, according to the analysis of the regulatory framework, was and still is very fruitful. As a result, dozens of bilateral treaties, including multilateral treaties on the basis of Russian-Kazakhstan agreements on migration cooperation, have been launched.

Aleksenko M.A.
MIGRATION LEGISLATION OF THE CIS COUNTRIES: THE LEGAL STATUS AND PROTECTION OF MIGRANTS' RIGHTS IN THE FORMER SOVIET SPACE [№ 9 ' 2016]
Modern Europe has faced in recent years with the uncontrolled flow of migrants from Africa in the metropolis and the traditional flow of Asians in Europe. This stems from the liberal immigration laws. What awaits Russia against the background of massive refugee flows and whether to be afraid of the threat of migrants from Central Asia? This region is the main reservoir of labor for Russia. To do this, examine the migration situation in the former Soviet space, with special attention paid to the 1990s, as it was at the peak of their migratory activity. The article “Migration Legislation of the CIS countries: the legal status and protection of the rights of migrants in the post-Soviet space” devoted to the analysis of the member countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States, the migration of the current state of legislation in the post-Soviet period. The paper presents an analysis of the legal framework of international migration law since 1991. The author analyzes the legal framework in the field of migration, in one of the areas of international migration law — in the sphere of protection of the rights of migrants (legal status, a simplified procedure for obtaining citizenship), since 1991. It was found that most of the normative legal acts adopted between Russia and Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and that was the reason for creating the Eurasian Economic Union. However, even among those states leading position in the number of bilateral agreements covers the Republic of Kazakhstan. Based on the analysis of a number of immigration laws in 1991, it presented a full picture of the development of international law on the protection of migrants' rights.


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Sergey Aleksandrovich
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