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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 663 86 354 1 1 5 31 1 9 30 1181 455 32 694
Belgium 159 249 526 11 15 473 407 1 49 1890 1259 422 209
Bulgaria 135 100 141 1 13 6 12 408 255 6 147
Croatia 95 9 736 154 55 4 10 1063 899 55 109
Cyprus 7 2 9 2 0 7
Czech Republic 536 282 582 2 37 40 36 1515 903 40 572
Denmark 31 72 80 4 2 30 144 15 378 186 146 46
Estonia 32 10 18 1 6 67 29 0 38
Finland 60 44 61 1 18 184 105 1 78
France 2209 51 504 1 8 21 1017 3811 563 22 3226
Germany 2885 1234 2266 19 16 211 140 9 1 381 7162 3731 156 3275
Greece 138 58 76 1 1 8 11 293 135 9 149
Hungary 376 116 123 37 12 22 686 276 12 398
Iceland 5 1 20 1 27 21 0 6
Ireland 263 315 192 2 15 787 507 2 278
Italy 740 338 667 10 2 20 340 2117 1007 30 1080
Latvia 347 32 104 4 69 556 136 4 416
Liechtenstein 22 3 32 1 1 59 35 1 23
Lithuania 122 108 361 31 5 68 695 500 5 190
Luxembourg 91 17 42 3 2 5 160 62 2 96
Malta 6 6 7 1 1 21 14 0 7
Netherlands 448 110 422 8 15 26 26 2 33 1090 566 41 483
Norway 27 60 143 2 4 3 239 205 4 30
Poland 740 876 3926 31 1 1286 1036 2 134 8032 6119 1037 876
Portugal 629 316 292 1 2 9 2 16 1267 611 9 647
Romania 235 88 79 5 2 24 79 49 561 196 81 284
Slovakia 707 318 425 11 16 4 3 25 1509 757 16 736
Slovenia 1048 61 254 3 40 67 49 1522 358 67 1097
Spain 576 436 832 9 2 10 34 1 32 1932 1287 36 609
Sweden 161 58 300 1 33 7 20 580 392 7 181
Switzerland 101 37 97 6 1 242 134 6 102
United Kingdom 1442 274 359 7 4 90 88 7 1243 3514 730 92 2692
Total for all countries 15036 5767 14021 106 70 2528 2271 33 13 3712 43557 22435 2341 18781
Total EU 14881 5666 13729 106 70 2526 2260 33 13 3706 42990 22040 2330 18620
Total EFTA 155 101 292 0 0 2 11 0 0 6 567 395 11 161
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.