Maritime border formalities, facilitation and security nexus: Reconstructing immigration clearance in Indonesia

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Abstract

The nexus of immigration maritime border control is characterized by three key components, namely formalities, facilitation, and security. These components are analyzed based on 29 national laws about maritime border, which are categorized into 10 clusters based on the roles and responsibilities of Indonesian border agencies. Therefore, this research aimed to explore and reconstruct legal framework governing maritime border control of Indonesia, examine clearance and reconstruction process and redefine the associated concepts. It focused on immigration surveillance, operations, patrols and control with data-driven profiling and border risk assessment.

Original languageEnglish
Article number106101
JournalMarine Policy
Volume163
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - May 2024

Keywords

  • Immigration clearance
  • Legal instrument
  • Maritime border security
  • Maritime facilitation
  • Maritime security

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