Migration and Home Affairs

China and India

A B C D E F G H I J L M N O P Q R S T U V W X

Readmission

Act by a State accepting the re-entry of an individual (own national, third-country national or stateless person).

Organised crime

Activities of large-scale criminal and terrorist networks, including terrorism, international drugs trafficking, trafficking in human beings, counterfeiting of the euro currency and payment cards, fraud, corruption, money laundering and other activities related to the presence of organised crime groups in the economy, as well as cybercrime, VAT fraud and other sophisticated crimes that abuse modern technology.

Migration

The movement of a person or a group of persons, either across an international border (international migration), or within a State (internal migration). It is a population movement, encompassing any kind of movement of people, whatever its length, composition and causes; it includes migration of refugees, displaced persons, economic migrants and persons moving for other purposes, including family reunification.

In the EU context, a broader-term of an immigration and emigration, i.e. the action by which a person either:

China and India

China and India

The growth of the Asian economy is of global significance. Getting EU relations right with this diverse and dynamic region is a major challenge facing Europe and other global players. Priority areas include political and economic relations, people-to-people contacts and increased strategic cooperation, including on Home Affairs issues in line, in particular, with the Global Approach to Migration and Mobility.

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