Ministry of Immigration MyanmarMyanmar Ministry of Immigration
Illegal Immigration officials fined for transplantation
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The penalties are also due to inappropriate bribery, poor communications with the general population, and failure to comply with entry regulations and regulations, said U Thein Swe. "The incidence and penalties of these events are the highest in the Yangon region," said U Myint Kyaing, director general of the Myanmar Times' immigration and population division.
The Ministry of Immigration and Population does not report to the Ministry of the Interior
He sent a note to the Union Assembly to ask for the reorganization of the Ministry of Immigration and Population, which is under the Ministry of the Interior on 22 January. On January 26, the draft bill was debated by the JCC and 18 members of parliament. It was rejected by a slim majority.
Mr Lt Gen Ko Ko Ko Ko is currently Deputy Interior Secretary of the Union and Secretary of State for Immigration and the People. Former Immigration and People' s Affairs Secretary Khin Yee stepped down before the 2015 elections.
Myanmar's future migration directions, Publications, Myanmar Office, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
Today, there is a greater diversity of migrations than a few centuries ago. Myanmar's untiring speed and new migratory challenge require pro-active management of migrations by the Myanmar administration to reduce the risk and maximise the developmental benefit of migrations. Given that immigration is a cross-cutting theme, several actors, in particular the individual sectors, must be included in the process of developing it.
Challanges and possibilities for development" in Nay Pyi Taw. It was an important occasion for governmental and non-governmental actors to discuss recent migratory movements in Myanmar and the wider Myanmar area and their impact on developments. The aim of the workshops was to investigate the issues and chances of migrations and to find efficient ways to increase the benefit and minimise the risk of migrants.
It also aimed to improve participants' comprehension of the available political framework conditions, in particular the National Action Plan for managing international immigration, and to make suggestions for its further evolution, in particular in the area of immigration and sustainable develeopment. Delegates from the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population (MoLIP), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), the Ministry of the Interior (MoHA) and the Ministry of Social Affairs, Assistance and Resettlement (MoSWRR) as well as members of parliaments took part in the work.
Further attendees were members of the non-governmental organisations (NGOs), the UN, the non-governmental organisations (INGOs), civil society organisations (CSOs) and think tank. A series of suggestions to strengthen the link between migratory flows and developments and migrations in Myanmar were made during the work group.