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Argument: EU membership would cause a damaging influx of Turkish immigrants

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[http://www6.miami.edu/EUCenter/nugentfinal.pdf "Turkey’s Membership Application: Implications for the EU". Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series. Vol. 5 No. 26. August 2005] - [there are] fears that Germany will be the main intended country of domicile of Turks wishing to take advantage of free movement of labor (a fear based largely on the fact that around 2 million of the 3. 8 million Turkish migrants who are thought to be currently resident in the EU are in Germany); [http://www6.miami.edu/EUCenter/nugentfinal.pdf "Turkey’s Membership Application: Implications for the EU". Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series. Vol. 5 No. 26. August 2005] - [there are] fears that Germany will be the main intended country of domicile of Turks wishing to take advantage of free movement of labor (a fear based largely on the fact that around 2 million of the 3. 8 million Turkish migrants who are thought to be currently resident in the EU are in Germany);

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"Turkey’s Membership Application: Implications for the EU". Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series. Vol. 5 No. 26. August 2005 - [there are] fears that Germany will be the main intended country of domicile of Turks wishing to take advantage of free movement of labor (a fear based largely on the fact that around 2 million of the 3. 8 million Turkish migrants who are thought to be currently resident in the EU are in Germany);

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