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In government regulations, remission and assimilation are defined as reductions in the criminal term granted by prisoners who are considered to have fulfilled the requirements specified in the legislation. Similar to remission, assimilation is defined as intermingling the prisoner into society under certain conditions so that he can get assimilation. In the perspective of Islamic law, the granting of assimilation remission is the provision of intercession. Intercession's purpose is to maintain the benefit and avoid harm, as well as to respect the rights of prisoners. With the holding of assimilation and remission, policies have various objectives, including granting prisoner rights and as a tool to encourage prisoners, then as a form of appreciation given to convicts who are considered to be truly carrying out their sentences and improving themselves. In its implementation, remission arrangements are contained in Law No. 12 of 1995, which contains corrections. In this research method, the author uses normative library and juridical methods.