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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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Being examined
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Total declarations/decisions (+)
Total positive
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Total negative
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Total neutral
Austria 290 41 92 1 1 5 1 13 444 134 6 304
Belgium 36 110 70 163 9 388 180 163 45
Bulgaria 93 11 40 2 3 3 152 53 3 96
Croatia 1 2 4 7 2 0 5
Cyprus 1 1 1 0 0
Czech Republic 194 208 143 2 5 11 563 353 5 205
Denmark 16 67 29 19 1 6 138 96 19 23
Estonia 12 3 10 1 4 30 14 0 16
Finland 9 4 12 2 1 28 16 2 10
France 804 33 71 5 437 1350 104 5 1241
Germany 1700 987 1201 9 8 153 108 2 150 4318 2350 116 1852
Greece 63 23 63 5 5 159 86 5 68
Hungary 253 91 16 3 9 372 107 3 262
Iceland 2 14 16 14 0 2
Ireland 17 236 132 2 4 391 368 2 21
Italy 229 178 249 4 3 171 834 427 7 400
Latvia 220 30 21 1 4 12 288 52 4 232
Liechtenstein 22 3 32 1 1 59 35 1 23
Lithuania 39 8 98 13 2 62 222 119 2 101
Luxembourg 38 7 12 2 59 19 0 40
Malta 2 4 8 1 15 12 0 3
Netherlands 204 22 155 8 1 18 24 16 448 203 25 220
Norway 11 5 108 2 1 2 129 115 1 13
Poland 334 342 846 1 23 116 1 29 1692 1211 117 364
Portugal 39 142 166 4 1 10 362 308 4 50
Romania 139 34 21 1 57 18 270 56 57 157
Slovakia 462 239 178 3 13 3 10 908 420 13 475
Slovenia 358 34 2 1 3 22 11 431 40 22 369
Spain 174 189 412 1 10 8 2 16 812 612 8 192
Sweden 110 13 182 27 8 10 350 222 8 120
Switzerland 56 14 11 2 83 25 2 56
United Kingdom 355 27 174 1 9 32 895 1493 211 32 1250
Total for all countries 6282 3108 4568 22 15 267 617 15 1918 16812 7965 632 8215
Total EU 6191 3086 4403 22 15 265 613 15 1915 16525 7776 628 8121
Total EFTA 91 22 165 0 0 2 4 0 3 287 189 4 94
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.