The purpose of this work is a comprehensive view on measures terminating a residence in Migration Law, which underwent an extensive redesign in the course of the Migration Law Amendment Act of 2011 (FrÄG 2011). Since this topic is controversial with regards to fundamental rights, the significant human rights in this context are described and correlated to the present work at first. As the legislature in immigration law was largely affected by European legal developments, the corresponding primary and secondary legal union law is fully discussed in addition.Based on these pre-defined parameters, the single norms are examined in the main part of this work. Beyond the relevant literature, which has been issued in the last two years, the current case law of both Austrian and international supreme courts is used in this process. The research questions are raised in the course of this thesis and are then examined and answered at the appropriate point.Finally, the changes that were introduced by the Migration Law Amendment Act of 2011 will be repeated in summary, the insights gained will be presented and the impact of these new designs, on those who are addressed by them, will be pointed out.