Vast numbers of visitors, workers, investors, and students entering through Indonesian airports are on the rise where the Directorate General of Immigration applies the selective policy. However, newly recruited front-line officers at immigration controls were posted in every airport in Indonesia. These may lead to problems with border security issues including visitors and illegal entrants who plan to stay and work in Indonesia. This study is to measure the correlation of the immigration clearance process, the selective policy and security approach at airports in Indonesia from the perspectives of immigration officers at immigration controls. It shows there is a strong coefficient correlation of 0.092 between the immigration clearance process, the selective policy and security approach. It demonstrates a linear correlation among three and positive correlation (0,092) dan (0,164). If the selective policy is performed strictly, the security approach is also increased and may result in the effective immigration clearance process at airports in Indonesia. This study proposed a framework of immigration control at airports to illustrate how they strongly interrelate one another and shape perspectives of front-line officers.
Keywords: border security, immigration clearance, security approach, selective policy
To cite this (APA 6th):
Arifin R, Nurkumalawati I and Briando B. (2019) The Theoretical Perspectives of Immigration Controls: Immigration Clearance Process, Selective Policy and Security Apporach at Airports in Indonesia Second International Conference on Multidisciplinary Academic Research Sydney: Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
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