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.

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.

The Integration of Beneficiaries of International/Humanitarian Protection into the Labour Market: Policies and Good Practices

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

Dissemination of Information on Voluntary Return: how to reach irregular Migrants not in contact with the Authorities

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

Determining Labour Shortages and the Need for Migration Labour from Third Countries in the EU

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

Inform on Migrants’ Movements through the Mediterranean

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

2014
Policies, Practices and Data on Unaccompanied Minors in the EU Member States and Norway

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

Admitting Third-Country Nationals for Business Purposes

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

Good Practices in the Return and Reintegration of Irregular Migrants: Member States’ Entry Bans Policy and use of Readmission Agreements between Member States and Third Countries

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

The Use of Detention and Alternatives to Detention in the Context of Immigration Policies

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

Migrant Access to Social Security and Healthcare: Policies and Practice

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