Kebijakan Migrasi dan Overstay Pada Masa Pandemi Covid-19 pada Tata Kelola Keimigrasian di Indonesia

Kadek Sintya Anjani, Harits Rafi Putra Pradana, Yoga Tri Hartanto

Abstract


COVID-19 has emerged in a world closely connected by local and international population movements, with more people moving for reasons of work, education and family, tourism and living than ever before. Intense population movements, particularly tourists and business workers, have been a major driver of the global spread of the outbreak. At the same time, the presence and movement of migrants1 are dynamics of the demographic, social, cultural and economic dynamics that shape the local contexts affected by the pandemic. For people and communities around the world, considering (or not) migrants in COVID-19 response and recovery efforts will affect the track of the crisis. Inclusive public health efforts will be critical to contain and mitigate outbreaks, reduce the overall number of people affected, and streamline emergency situations. Immigration policy at Indonesia's borders is a rigorous but inconsistent policy-making process with which instruments are revised and applied every month. The policy has not been designed for the Covid-19 crisis situation in Indonesia, stated by the decisive authority. This paper proposes the concept of integrated border management (IBM), the stages of policy formulation, and technology adoption.


Keywords


Migration Policy; Overstay; Covid-19 pandemic; Immigration Governance.

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