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Overall statistics on temporary mobility

The statistics on temporary mobility show the number of declarations provided to host countries by professionals wishing to provide services on a temporary and occasional basis.

If applicable and exceptionally, decisions may also be taken by host countries on certain professions which have health or safety implications. Qualifications may or may not be checked in these cases, leading to positive or negative decisions.

The statistics below cover all professions, indicating the number of declarations and if applicable, the type of decision taken (in columns) and the country of legal establishment (in rows).

By default, statistics show the number of declarations and decisions, in all host countries for all periods. It is also possible to filter statistics by period, by recognition regime, by country and by generic profession.

       
Country of legal establishment (of the professional) (0)
Declarations received by the host country (Art. 7.1)- except cases covered by Art. 7.4
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No check of qualifications (Article 7.4.(2)) - positive automatic
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Check of qualifications (Article 7.4.(2)) - positive automatic
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Check of qualifications (Article 7.4(3)) - positive after compensation measure
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Check of qualifications (Article 7.4(3)) - negative after compensation measure
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No reaction within deadline (Article 7.4(4)) - positive tacit
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Check of qualifications (Article 7.4.(2)) - negative automatic
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Appeal
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Positive partial access
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Being examined
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Total negative
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Total neutral
Austria 630 86 328 1 1 5 30 1 1 29 1112 421 31 660
Belgium 146 235 516 9 15 473 407 1 47 1849 1233 422 194
Bulgaria 133 100 138 1 13 6 12 403 252 6 145
Croatia 89 9 570 154 48 4 9 883 733 48 102
Cyprus 6 2 8 2 0 6
Czech Republic 506 282 576 2 37 40 34 1477 897 40 540
Denmark 29 71 78 4 2 30 144 15 373 183 146 44
Estonia 32 10 18 1 5 66 29 0 37
Finland 41 27 58 1 18 145 85 1 59
France 2178 51 491 1 8 21 1012 3762 550 22 3190
Germany 2747 1232 2185 14 13 211 138 9 1 362 6912 3643 151 3118
Greece 135 57 76 1 1 8 11 289 134 9 146
Hungary 342 116 122 37 11 18 646 275 11 360
Iceland 5 1 20 1 27 21 0 6
Ireland 261 314 191 2 15 783 505 2 276
Italy 750 334 652 8 2 17 340 2103 988 25 1090
Latvia 345 32 104 4 69 554 136 4 414
Liechtenstein 22 3 32 1 1 59 35 1 23
Lithuania 64 84 360 31 2 67 608 475 2 131
Luxembourg 88 17 42 3 2 5 157 62 2 93
Malta 6 6 7 1 1 21 14 0 7
Netherlands 445 112 411 5 11 26 26 2 33 1071 554 37 480
Norway 27 60 143 2 4 3 239 205 4 30
Poland 725 874 3786 31 1 1286 1004 2 132 7841 5977 1005 859
Portugal 628 316 291 2 9 2 16 1264 609 9 646
Romania 224 88 78 5 2 24 79 49 549 195 81 273
Slovakia 700 318 423 11 16 4 3 19 1494 755 16 723
Slovenia 869 61 183 3 40 65 35 1256 287 65 904
Spain 577 435 808 5 2 10 29 3 29 1898 1258 31 609
Sweden 160 58 298 1 33 7 20 577 390 7 180
Switzerland 97 36 45 5 1 184 81 5 98
United Kingdom 1430 261 328 7 4 90 88 7 1225 3440 686 92 2662
Total for all countries 14437 5688 13358 91 61 2528 2214 35 5 3633 42050 21670 2275 18105
Total EU 14286 5588 13118 91 61 2526 2204 35 5 3627 41541 21328 2265 17948
Total EFTA 151 100 240 0 0 2 10 0 0 6 509 342 10 157
The database contains information on regulated professions, statistics on migrating professionals,contact points and competent authorities, as provided by EU Member States, EEA countries and Switzerland.
Each country is responsible for updating information, on its regulated professions, competent authorities and statistics.
The Commission cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information. However, if errors are brought to its attention, the Commission undertakes to correct them, if deemed appropriate.