Intermarriage and Mixed Parenting, Promoting Mental Health by Rashmi Singla (auth.)

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One result is ‘the 24 years rule’ (Law 365) that regulates the age of the spouses applying for entry residence and subsequent rights to work through intermarriage (irrespective of ethnic background). Publicly articulated reasons for the law were stated as to reduce and regulate immigration in Denmark and to give priority to the integration of immigrants already living in the country. Its secondary purpose was to strengthen efforts to prevent arranged and forced marriages (Rytter, 2007, p. 26). By these restrictions and by using the law to control who can marry whom, from where, and when, the possibilities for marriage migration were limited.

Its secondary purpose was to strengthen efforts to prevent arranged and forced marriages (Rytter, 2007, p. 26). By these restrictions and by using the law to control who can marry whom, from where, and when, the possibilities for marriage migration were limited. Law 365 came into effect in the summer of 2002 and set out specific requirements concerning the spouses’ ages. Both partners – according to the requirements – must be at least 24 years old, they must have sufficient housing space and the Danish partner must be in a position to support the incoming partner financially.

The children of soldiers of an occupying force and local women are typically objects of exclusion, and thus these ‘mixed’ children were not accepted by society – a further example is the case of Japanese-American offspring of soldiers in Japan (Murphy-Shigematsu, 2002). In the 1960s and 1970s a sizeable number of ‘labour migrants’ from Turkey, the former Yugoslavia and Pakistan arrived in Denmark before the ‘migration-stop’ in 1972. Many of these came as single men and some cohabitated with Danish women.

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