Frequently Asked Questions - How will Scotland police its international border controls at ports and airports?
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Following independence, the Scottish Government’s proposed Scottish Borders and Migration Service will have responsibility for ensuring that visas are issued appropriately and that only those with a right to enter Scotland can do so. In cases involving criminality there will also be a key role for the Border Policing Command of Police Scotland.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.