Publications

Every year the European Migration Network develops a series of publications offering a source of comparative law that provides a complete vision of the migration situation to authorities, civil society, and other institutions linked to the topic.

THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON REMMITANCES IN EU AND OCDE COUNTRIES

THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON REMMITANCES IN EU AND OCDE COUNTRIES

This Inform shows the impact of COVID-19 on international remittances in EU and OCDE countries since February 2020, covering in detail the main drivers possibly impacting remittance flows. It also outlines policy recommendations made at the international level to maintain the flow of remittances.

Report 2020

Year 2020

Year 2020

This report collects the main actions carried out by Spain in the migration field, which were influenced by the COVID-19 outbreak. Different measures were adopted to avoid the supervening irregularity of migrants who were already in Spain as workers, tourists, residents, or students. Other measures were implemented to adapt to new labour market needs (agricultural or health sector) which was very affected by the mobility restrictions. Also, certain actions were carried out in reception centers, border control, detention centers or development cooperation.

Annual report on migration and asylum 2020

Attracting and protecting the rights of seasonal workers in the EU and UK

Attracting and protecting the rights of seasonal workers in the EU and UK

The objective of this study is to provide information on the different measures taken by the Member States and Norway in relation to the regulations and implementation of seasonal workers’ admission in the framework of the Directive 2014/34/EU of February 26, 2014, on the conditions of entry and stay of third-country nationals for the purpose of employment as seasonal workers.

Study 2020

Data processing in asylum procedures in the EU and Norway.

Data processing in asylum procedures in the EU and Norway.

This study examines how data are managed in the different phases of the asylum procedure (making, registering, lodging and examining) across the Member States and Norway. It maps data management approaches in the asylum procedure (i.e. data protection and safeguards), examines challenges faced by Member States, and analyses the impact of any procedural changes to enhance data-sharing among asylum authorities (and others).

Study 2020

EMN Bulletin

EMN Bulletin

The 32nd edition provides information from July to September 2020, including the (latest) relevant published statistics.

Bulletins 2020

EMN Bulletin

EMN Bulletin

The 31nd edition provides information from April to June 2020, including the (latest) relevant published statistics.

Bulletins 2020

EMN Bulletin

EMN Bulletin

The 31nd edition provides information from January to March 2020, including the (latest) relevant published statistics.

Bulletins 2020

Detention and Alternatives to detention in international protection and return procedures

Detention and Alternatives to detention in international protection and return procedures

This study aims to identify similarities, differences, practical challenges and best practices concerning the use of detention and alternatives used by Member States and Norway in the framework of international protection and return procedures

Study 2020

Migratory pathways for start-ups and innovative entrepreneurs in the EU

Migratory pathways for start-ups and innovative entrepreneurs in the EU

The study provides a comparison of the different policies and practices adopted by the Member States and Norway for the admission of start-ups and entrepreneurs from third countries. The Study identifies a wide variety of policy measures and factors for attracting and retaining start-up founders and innovative entrepreneurs from third countries.

Study 2019

Ways to obtain citizenship for third-country nationals in the EU and Norway

Ways to obtain citizenship for third-country nationals in the EU and Norway

The study provides a comparative overview of the frameworks in place across the Member States of the European Union (EU) for access to national citizenship for new migrants from third countries, through naturalisation. Its scope gives priority to the acquisition of national citizenship through ordinary naturalisation for new migrants, i.e. third-country nationals who do not have pre-existing ties with the Member State, and does not include the situation of the second and third generation (i.e. individuals born in and residing in a country that at least one of their parents or grandparents previously entered as a migrant).

Study 2019