EMN Informs

With the Informs series of publications, the European Migration Network (EMN) provides concise summaries of the most significant findings on a specific topic — gathered from sources such as studies and Ad-Hoc Queries — and presented in a form suitable for use by policymakers.

Challenges and Practices for Establishing the Identity of Third-Country Nationals in Migration Procedures

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Illegal Employment of Third-Country Nationals in the European Union

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Retaining Third-Country National Students in the European Union

The corresponding Ad-Hoc Query to this EMN Inform can be found here.

2016
Family Reunification of Third-Country Nationals in the EU plus Norway: National Practices

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Statelessness in the EU

The corresponding Ad-Hoc Query to this EMN Inform can be found here.

The Return of Rejected Asylum Seekers: Challenges and Good Practices

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Resettlement and Humanitarian Admission Programmes in Europe – what works?

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.

The Use of Social Media in the Fight Against Migrant Smuggling

The corresponding Ad-Hoc Query to this EMN Inform can be found here.

Overview: Incentives to Return to a Third Country and Support provided to Migrants for their Reintegration

The corresponding Ad-Hoc Query to this EMN Inform can be found here.

2015
Changes in Immigration Status and Purpose of Stay: an Overview of EU Member States’ Approaches

The corresponding study to this EMN Inform can be found here.