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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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Negative partial access
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Being examined
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Total declarations/decisions (+)
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Total negative
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Total neutral
Austria 754 218 536 2 1 5 52 1 10 31 1610 771 53 786
Belgium 527 295 989 19 25 473 492 1 17 54 2892 1793 517 582
Bulgaria 167 120 207 2 13 7 12 528 342 7 179
Croatia 144 107 1126 1 154 93 4 10 1639 1387 94 158
Cyprus 13 3 16 3 0 13
Czech Republic 1293 886 919 2 38 95 36 3269 1845 95 1329
Denmark 60 81 97 5 3 30 152 1 16 445 214 155 76
Estonia 39 11 77 1 6 134 89 0 45
Finland 83 51 158 1 1 2 19 315 212 1 102
France 2558 103 851 1 1 8 36 8 3 1022 4591 971 40 3580
Germany 4902 1986 2867 27 22 211 226 9 9 5 383 10647 5100 253 5294
Greece 233 64 87 1 1 14 12 412 152 15 245
Hungary 1722 842 159 37 143 22 2925 1038 143 1744
Iceland 11 1 25 1 1 39 26 1 12
Ireland 311 333 247 3 16 17 927 596 3 328
Italy 1129 551 852 2 11 2 30 4 1 342 2924 1411 42 1471
Latvia 434 34 161 5 4 69 707 199 5 503
Liechtenstein 24 6 32 1 1 64 38 1 25
Lithuania 183 128 526 2 1 31 11 69 951 687 12 252
Luxembourg 216 20 47 4 2 5 294 71 2 221
Malta 10 6 10 1 2 1 30 19 0 11
Netherlands 598 150 602 10 23 26 29 2 1 35 1476 789 52 635
Norway 39 63 173 2 2 9 3 291 240 9 42
Poland 1207 1063 6907 38 11 1286 1282 2 3 139 11938 9297 1293 1348
Portugal 775 396 426 1 2 2 19 2 20 1643 825 21 797
Romania 319 168 115 5 2 24 88 49 770 312 90 368
Slovakia 1903 1395 678 3 7 11 85 4 3 28 4117 2090 92 1935
Slovenia 3154 557 469 4 6 40 151 49 4430 1070 157 3203
Spain 835 566 1186 38 17 10 60 1 11 4 100 2828 1811 81 936
Sweden 197 72 389 1 33 10 2 20 724 497 10 217
Switzerland 135 59 150 10 1 355 209 10 136
United Kingdom 1905 321 548 10 5 90 132 7 310 4 1244 4576 1279 141 3156
Total for all countries 25880 10656 21616 179 140 2529 3238 33 403 17 3816 68507 35383 3395 29729
Total EU 25671 10527 21236 177 139 2527 3218 33 403 17 3810 67758 34870 3374 29514
Total EFTA 209 129 380 2 1 2 20 0 0 0 6 749 513 21 215
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