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In this way, Belgium has recently targeted two particular countries that are considered a significant source of irregular migration. As such, immigration officers have gone to the Republic De- 50 SONIA GSIR mocratic of Congo on several instances. More recently, they have made trips to China in view of the new flow of irregular migrants direct flights between Beijing and Brussels have brought into Belgium (Aliens Office 2007). 4. Internal controls Irregular migrants are the main target group of internal controls, yet it is important to underscore a trend in past years to enhance controls on regular migrants as well as, most notably, in Flanders.
Initially, many Bosnian refugees were only passing through Austria on their way to be with relatives in Germany. When Germany introduced visa requirements for persons with a Yugoslavian passport in April 1992, Austria was faced with the prospect of a massive inflow of war refugees. Entry requirements for persons from the former Yugoslavia were thus quickly tightened. On 30 April 1992, the BMI (Ministry of the Interior) issued a directive demanding individuals from the former Yugoslavia who lacked valid documents to identify a personal reference living in Austria who could guarantee board and lodging.
The new 1992 Residence Act, which only entered into force in 2003, established a quota regime for different categories of migrants, thus limiting the number of residence permits to be issued each year. The annual quotas get fixed each year by the federal government, after consultations with the relevant parliamentary committee and the social partners. The country-wide quota is then divided into sub-quotas for the federal states, which are further divided into sub-categories according to the purpose of residence (family reunification, ‘key personnel’, private and 38 MICHAEL JANDL others).