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.

Identification of Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings in International Protection and Forced Return Procedures

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

The Organisation of Reception Facilities for Asylum Seekers in different Member States

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

2013
Attracting Highly Qualified and Qualified Third-Country Nationals to the EU

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

2012
Intra – EU Mobility of Third-Country Nationals

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

Immigration of International Students to the EU

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

Establishing Identity for International Protection: Challenges and Practices

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

Practical Measures to Reduce Irregular Migration

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

Misuse of the Right to Family Reunification

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

Visa Policy as Migration Channel

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

2010
Temporary and Circular Migration: What are the current policy, practice and future options for EU Member States?

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