Dataset [Tables], Product code: sdg_10_60, updated on 08-May-2019

The indicator shows the number of first-time asylum applicants per million inhabitants and the number of positive first instance decisions per million inhabitants. Please note that caution is required when comparing these two values, since applications received in a given year might

Dataset [Tables], Product code: tps00189, updated on 21-May-2019

Asylum applicant means a person having submitted an application for international protection or having been included in such application as a family member during the reference period. New asylum applicant means a person having submitted an application for international protection for the first time.

Dataset [Tables], Product code: tps00194, updated on 16-Apr-2019

Asylum applicants considered to be unaccompanied minors.

Dataset [subDataset_], Product code: migr_asyappctzm, updated on 21-May-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: migr_asyunaa, updated on 16-Apr-2019

Dataset [Tables], Product code: tps00191, updated on 08-May-2019

Asylum applicant means a person having submitted an application for international protection or having been included in such application as a family member during the reference period. New asylum applicant means a person having submitted an application for international protection for the first time

Dataset [Database], Product code: migr_asywithm, updated on 21-May-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: migr_asywitha, updated on 22-Mar-2019

Dataset [subDataset_], Product code: migr_asyappctza, updated on 08-May-2019

Dedicated sections [Asylum and Managed Migration], updated on 18-Mar-2019

The latest Asylum Quartely Report is available here on Statistics Explained.   Previous releases of the Asylum Quarterly Report are available in pdf format: Asylum applicants and first instance decisions on asylum applications: third quarter 2018 Asylum...

Dedicated sections [Asylum and Managed Migration], updated on 14-Feb-2019

Eurostat collects asylum and managed migration data from EU and EFTA Members States Ministries of Interior and related immigration agencies. All data collections are based on respective Eurostat methodological and technical guidance for each of the data collection. There are four main data