Nordic Immigration Committee
Comité nordique des étrangers
Nordisk Udlaendingeudvalg (NU)
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Established 12 Jul 1957, by agreement between the five Nordic countries regarding the cessation of passport control at inter-Nordic boundaries. Also referred to as Nordic Aliens Committee.
Act as a cooperation committee between the first instances in the immigration field in the Nordic countries; coordinate immigration control in Nordic countries and discuss questions of importance to the common passport control area.
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Member states take care of all obligations related to the work of the Committee, alternating every 6 months.
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