Immigration restrictions refers to strong enforcement measures.
Gulasekaram & Karthick Ramakrishnan, (Prof., Law, Santa Clara U. School of Law/Prof., Political Science, U. California at Riverside), THE NEW IMMIGRATION FEDERALISM, 2015, 7. We use the term "restrictive" or "restrictionist" to describe a range of policy positions, or persons advocating policy positions, geared toward greater immigration enforcement, increased state and local participation in that enforcement, decreased ability of unlawfully present persons to access public goods and benefits, and fewer discretionary possibilities to permit continued unlawful presence.
“Restrictions” means to hold something within limits or bounds.
Allen Walker Read, (Prof., English, Columbia U.), THE NEW INTERNATIONAL WEBSTER’S COMPREHENSIVE DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, 2004, 1074. Restrict: To hold or keep within limits or bounds.
“Restrictions” means to limit movement.
Carol-June Cassidy, (Editor), CAMBRIDGE DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN ENGLISH, 2008, 719. Restrict: To limit someone’s actions or movement or to limit the amount, size, etc. of something.
“Restrictions” means the imposition of legal limits.
Christine Lindberg, (Editor), OXFORD AMERICAN COLLEGE DICTIONARY, 2002, 1157. Restriction: A limiting condition or measure; esp. a legal one.
“Restrictions” means to limit the size of something.
Della Summers, (Editor), LONGMAN DICTIONARY OF CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH, 2005, 1404. Restrict: To limit or control the size, amount, or range of something.
“Restrictions” means to control what people can do.
Della Summers, (Editor), LONGMAN DICTIONARY OF CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH, 2005, 1404. Restriction: A rule or law that limits or controls what people can do.
“Restrictions” refers to a regulation.
Steven Kleinedler, (Editor), AMERICAN HERITAGE DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, 2006, 1487. Restriction: A regulation or limitation.