Minister of Immigration

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Minister of Immigration of the
Social Liberal Union
Seal of the Ministry of Immigration
Courelli Flag.svg

since 13 January 2022
Executive Branch of the SLU Government
Member ofCabinet
AppointerOpen Parliament
Term lengthNo fixed term;
until successor elected following Delegate election
Constituting instrumentSLU Constitution (May 2017–)
Various Acts of Parliament (Jun 2011–May 2017)
Inaugural holderMare Nectaris
Formation25 June 2011 CE
(11 years ago)

The Minister of Immigration of the Social Liberal Union (sometimes referred to as MoI) is an office that came into existence with the passage of the Regional Administration and Governance Act in 2012, and eventually became a constitutional office under the Third Constitution in 2017. For information on their Ministry, see Ministry of Immigration. For information regarding their Deputy, see Deputy Minister of Immigration.

The powers and duties of the Minister of Immigration are mainly outlined in Article 6 of the Constitution. The Minister of Immigration is a member of the Administration and of the Cabinet. Furthermore, the Constitution establishes the Minister of Immigration as the presiding officer of the Ministry of Immigration.

Express constitutional powers and responsibilities of the Minister of Immigration include:

  • Recruiting new States to join the Social Liberal Union
  • Appointing official recruiters to assist them with their duties
  • Verifying and granting Member State rights and keeping records to that effect
  • Ejecting non-Member States who do not meet the residency requirements of the Constitution