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Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Keimigrasian (JIKK)
Published by Politeknik Imigrasi
ISSN : 26224828     EISSN : 27749592     DOI : https://doi.org/10.52617/jikk
An objective of JIKK: Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Keimigrasian is to promote the wide dissemination of the results of systematic scholarly inquiries into the broad field of migration research. JIKK: Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Keimigrasian is intended to be the journal for publishing articles reporting the results of research on migration studies. JIKK: Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Keimigrasian invites manuscripts in the areas: Migration Studies; Social Studies; Border Studies; International Development; Citizenship Studies; Diaspora. JIKK: Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Keimigrasian accepts articles in any business related subjects and any research methodology that meet the standards established for publication in the journal. The primary, but not exclusive, audiences are academicians, graduate students, practitioners, and others interested in business research. The primary criterion for publication in JIKK: Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Keimigrasian is the significance of the contribution an article makes to the literature in business area, i.e., the significance of the contribution and on the rigor of analysis and presentation of the paper. The acceptance decision is made based upon an independent review process that provides critically constructive and prompt evaluations of submitted manuscripts.
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ADVANCE PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM INTEGRATION IN IMMIGRATION CLEARANCE FOR NON-REGULER SHIP Gunawan Ari Nursanto
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Integration of APIS into the Immigration’s information and technology system is very important and urgent to be carried out in order to assist the implementation of the Indonesian Immigration function and functions carried out by the Directorate General of Immigration to mitigate the risks arising from legal migration carried out between countries, whether in regional and global migration. APIS itself is a data communication system developed by the Government of the United States of America which contains data on passengers from operators of a commercial or private transport cororation from the country of origin, sent via electronic transmission to operators in the destination country which aims to initial identification of passengers. Article 6 of 2011 concerning Immigration has mandated the responsible transportation corporation to carry out the Integration of the APIS system is very important in relation to the implementation of the immigration function, especially in supervision. Indonesia, which is a maritime state, should implement and integrate the APIS system in the Immigration Cleaance of Non Reguler Ships in immediate fashion, currently this is still conducted semi-electronical via e-mail, this condition could provide a gap that can cause vulnerability in the implementation of the Migration Clearance, especially in the aspect of Supervision in Imigration Clearance for Non Reguler Ships.
CLASSIFICATION OF CRIMES AND VIOLATIONS IN THE IMMIGRATION ACT Maidah Purwanti
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The mention of 'violations' in any criminal act that violates the criminal provisions of the Immigration Law, certainly cannot be allowed to go on, because the theory of criminal law has classified the distinction between Crime and Violation. Likewise, in the formulation of the Immigration Law Criminal Provisions, there has been a fairly clear distinction between crime and violation itself. Through a theoretical study of punishment, this short and simple writing provides a description of the location of the distinction, which is very easy to identify. The condition needed is re-habituation to differentiate the mention of immigration crime in accordance with its classification.
APPARATUS HR MANAGEMENT REFORM IN INDONESIA Vita Nurul Fathya
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Human resources management in government agencies is one of change areas becoming the focus of bureaucracy reform in Indonesia. This article explores plans of change to reform human resources management in Indonesian government agencies. The plans are compared with concepts on effective human resources management. The conclusion is that there is conformity between the government plans under road map on bureaucracy reform and some concepts of human resources management.
PROBLEMATICS OF REQUIRED LIBERATION OF FOREIGN CITIZENS AND ITS SUPERVISORY MECHANISMS Rasona Sunara Akbar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52617/jikk.v1i1.11

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Indonesia is a country that places law as the only rule to play in society, nation and state. To limit freedom which is a human right, legal rules arise which aim to regulate public order, one of which is criminal law, which is a sanction law. Prison sentences in Indonesia, better known as correctional services, are one of the sanctions that aim to create a sense of suffering for the convicted person for losing freedom of movement, guiding convicts to repentance, educating him to become a useful member of Indonesian socialist society. One of the products of Corrections in realizing this is through parole, which is not only valid for Indonesian citizens but also for foreign nationals. Immigration as a state apparatus that handles foreigners both related to traffic and its supervision while in the Indonesian territory cannot be separated from the issue of parole for foreign inmates, especially in matters of residence permit and supervision. The author concludes that the mechanism for the implementation of Conditional Exemption and its supervision for foreign nationals is still considered ineffective because it is not in accordance with the principle of selective policy. In addition, the coordination carried out between Immigration and Correctional Services in the provision of parole to foreigners is only limited to fulfilling the conditions for the provision of parole for foreign citizens (administrative), but regarding the implementation of supervision there is no clear coordination where each institution only runs individual duties and functions.
CRITICAL STUDIES OF INDONESIA’S INTEREST IN RATIFICATION PROCESS OF THE 1951 CONVENTION AND 1967 PROTOCOL M. Alvi Syahrin; Surya Pranata
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The increasing number of refugees each year has caused the government difficulties in handling refugee issues. The absence of law concerning refugees in Indonesia has caused weak coordination between related institutions in field. In this paper will discuss what the urgency, relevance, and obstacles faced by Indonesia in the process of ratification of the 1951 Convention and 1967 Protocol. The research method used in this paper is qualitative normative legal research method with deductive logical thingking. The urgency to ratify this Convention can strengthen the human rights institutions in the country, although this is not the only indicator for good human rights implementation. It is because some human rights norms are in fact also regulated in domestic legislation in the current reform era this. Indonesia can not exclude the existence of the International Convention on Human Rights. Even it is necessary to bring the domestic and international factors closer. The relevance to ratify this Convention will enhance the international accountability of a country through a more objective and civilized way. Meanwhile, in terms of legal technical considerations, the ratification will strengthen and enrich the national legal instruments so that it will better ensure the progress and protection of human rights better. Ratification can even be a shortcut to bring closer the existing gap between legal instruments at the international and national levels. Obstacles faced are categorized into two aspects, namely the security and legal aspects. The security aspect caused by refugees is often seen as a threat to the state. While the legal aspects of the law are caused by the absence of comprehensive rules in regulating the refugees and asylum seekers in positive law in Indonesia that can weaken the coordination between agencies in the field. As a law-based country that highly appreciate human rights, ratification of The 1951 Refugee Convention and 1967 Protocol must be a priority. Both instruments are relevant, since the substance are not only heavily loaded with regulation about human rights but also in line with cultural values and norms in Indonesia. As such, the process of ratification needs to consider the country readiness, in terms of technical, political and legal aspects, since those aspects are sometimes challenging. On this matter, ratification is expected to narrow the gap between national and international instruments of law.
THE IMPLICATION OF DEFINING REFUGEE IN INDONESIAN IMMIGRATION LEGAL SYSTEM Anindito Rizki Wiraputra
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Indonesia as a country which did not ratify UN Convention 1951 on Status of Refugees and Protocol 1967, issued a Presidential Decree No.125/2016 on Handling Overseas Refugee in addressing the issues of foreign nation subject who intend to seek refuge by passing through Indonesian territory, generally aiming to seek refuge in Australia. These foreign nation subject introduced as “refugee” by media although the subject is unrecognized by Indonesian immigration law system. Indonesian immigration law only recognize subject as a person who enter or leave Indonesian territory by legal or illegal means. The definition of Refugee on Presidential Decree No.125/2016 is the first definition of the subject in Indonesian legal system, refers to both Refugee and Asylum Seekers in UN Convention 1951, which supposed to have different handling methods. Therefore, the implementation of Presidential Decree No.125/2016 leads to different understanding in immigration and foreign policy perspective on Refugee subject.
HUMAN RIGHTS IMPLEMENTATION ON INDONESIAN NATIONALITY LAW Koesmoyo Ponco Aji
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Since introduced with Universal Declaration at 1948 by United Nations Organization, human rights has becoming a main instrument in international law and national laws. In Indonesia, regulations concerning human rights has been legalized by Act Number 39 Year 1999. Study is needed to explosure the extend of the rules of human rights that has determined in Indonesia Laws. This journal analyze Indonesia Nationality Law based on universal instrument of human rights by descriptive analysis research. Its found that Act Number 12 Year 2006 concerning Nationality of the Republic of Indonesia has accommodate universal instrument of human rights.
ANALYSIS OF LEADERSHIP INFLUENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION ON PERFORMANCE OF EMPLOYMENT POLITECHNIC EMPLOYEES IN DEPOK Isidorus Anung Prabadhi
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Organization requires human resources capable of running its activities properly so as to achieve the objectives set.Leadership and achievement motivation becomes one of the factors that can affect the performance of employees in carrying out its activities. This study aims to identify and analyze the influence of leadership and achievement motivation on employee performance either partially or simultaneously. This research uses a design causal or causal population numbers are all employees of the Polytechnic of Immigration Depok. Probability sampling technique is saturated with a sample of 33 employees. The analytical method used is multiple linear regression analysis. The results showed that simultaneous (test F) leadership and achievement motivation has a positive and significant influence on employee performance. Partial test results showed that the variable of leadership has a positive and significant influence on employee performance at the Polytechnic of Immigration, Depok. Achievement motivation has a positive and significant influence on employee performance Immigration Polytechnic.
MENTORING, AN ALTERNATIVE EFFORT TO DEVELOP GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES’ COMPETENCIES Mila Rosmaya
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A change is something obsolute and mandatory. People also do change. In the context of a public service the people are categoried into demanders and suppliers (providers). Needs of the demander keep changing. The changes happen to variant, quantity of the people’s needs as well as process of how they expect to get their needs. To keep up with these changes and, moreover, to improve the quality of the public service they supply to the demanders, the providers need to make some changes. The change that should take at the first place is their competency. They should get competency development provided by an orgnization where they belong to. Among many available alternatives of the competency development methods, mentoring is something else. It involves the right person who shares expertise and trains the competency needed by a trainee (mentee) because the person is the mentee’s supervisor who can directly monitor and evaluate the progress of the mentoring. This method generates benefits not only for the individuals involved but also the organization. For the organization the mentoring is both efficient and effective. It costs almost zero budget. Despite the obstacles that may occur the mentoring is a bull’s eye.
STUDY OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MINISTER OF LAW AND HUMAN RULES REGARDING REGISTRATION AND GIVING IMMIGRATION FACILITIES FOR DOUBLE CITIZENS Intan Nurkumalawati
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This study is to analyse and review the implementation of the Law and Human Rights Minister’s Regulation about a registration and immigration facility for children with dual citizens’ status. Some problems arise as to provisions on the Law and Human Rights Minister’s Regulation Number 22 of 2012 on Procedures of a Registration for Children with Dual Citizens’ Status and Immigration Facility Application in accordance with the Law and Human Rights Minister’s Regulation Number 12247 of 2016 on Procedures of Indonesian Citizenship Application through an Electronic System. This study shows that the Law and Human Rights Minister’s Regulation needs areas of improvement pertaining to some categories of children with dual citizens’ status subject to the Indonesian Citizenship Law Number 12 of 2006, a compulsory registration for children with dual citizens’ status has yet no legal force and effect for those who violate it, no provisions regulate the validity of the certificate of registration but it is printed in the certificate and the card, and two terms “affidavit” and “immigration facility” may lead to ambiguity and have an effect on the process of citizenship status determination by someone who is at 18 or not exceeding 21 years old.