Migration and Home Affairs

European Migration Network (EMN)

  • Aiming at more harmonisation to standards of protection
  • Collecting and sharing good practices of effective integration policies for non-EU nationals
  • Working together with Member States on promoting better conditions for non-EU students
  • Working together with Member States on promoting legal migration opportunities for non-EU workers
  • Working with Member States on ensuring effective, humane and swift returns of those who cannot stay
  • Analysing migration flows and Member State policies

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The European Migration Network (EMN) provides up-to-date, objective, reliable and comparable information on migration and asylum with a view to supporting policymaking in the European Union. The EMN also aims to inform the general public on migration and asylum.

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Statistics and facts

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3.3 million First residence permits issued, 2016

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1.26 million
First time asylum applicants in EU, 2016

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14 205
Persons
resettled to EU, 2016

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494
thousands
ordered to leave 247 thousands returned from EU, 2016