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Title: Accords de réadmission et respect des droits de l'homme dans les pays tiers. Bilan et perspectives pour le parlement
européen
Author: Charles, Claudia
Series Title:European Parliament - Note
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2007
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 385.528
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: third countriesrefugeeillegal immigrationhuman rights
Subject: International relations. International lawLaw. Jurisprudence. Legal systemsHuman rights
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Title: An Analysis of the Commission Communications on Future Development of Frontex and the Creation of a European Border
Surveillance System (eurosur)
Abstract
On 13 February 2008, the European Commission tabled a border package, consisting of three communications1. dealing with the issue of EU external border management. Two of these documents, namely the communication on the evaluation and future development of Frontex2. and the communication on the creation of a European border surveillance system (Eurosur)3. propose significant evolutions with regard the role of the Frontex agency and the orientations of the EU integrated border management (IBM) concept. The evaluation of Frontex elaborated by the Commission services is timely: since the beginning of its operational phase in 2005, the agency has considerably developed its activities in all its domains of competence, and the EC subsidy to its budget has more than tripled over the period 2006-2008. The evaluation, however, falls short of critically assessing the consistence of Frontex activities with the fundamental values upheld by the EU. In this regard, it seems important to recall that Frontex is a first-pillar, Community body, which should not only respect the EU fundamental values in its activities, but also work for their promotion, particularly in a field which touches upon critical questions related to migration and freedom of movement.[European Parliament]
Author: Jeandoez, Julien
Series Title:European Parliament - Briefing Paper
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 408.295
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: border regionborder protectioncross border cooperationillegal immigration
Subject: International relationsFrontiersForeign policy
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Title: Illegally Resident Third Country Nationals in EU Member States
Title (other): state approaches towards them, their profile and social situation
Table of Contents
Disclaimer
Executive Summary
1. Introduction
2. Legal Framework and Policy Developments
3. Stocks and Profiles
4. Member State Approaches
4.1. Measures to Prevent Illegal Immigration
4.2. Measures of Domestic Control
4.3. Voluntary and Forced Return
4.4 Measures of Rectification and Remedy
4.4.1. Legal Status
4.4.2. Provision of Medical Care
4.4.3. Educational Facilities
4.4.4. Work
5. The Social and Economic Situations and Political Participation
5.1. The Social Situation
5.2. The Economic Situation
5.3. Political and Civic Participation
6. The Impact of Illegal Immigration
7. Summary
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2007
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: European Lawillegal immigrationmigration
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: REGINE Regularisations in Europe
Title (other): Study on practices in the area of regularisation of illegally staying third-country nationals in the Member States of
the EU. Ref. JLS/B4/2007/05. Final Report
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Preface
1. Terms, definitions and scope
2. Previous comparative studies on regularisations and their impact
3. Regularisation practices across the EU
4. Government positions on policy
5. Positions of social actors
6. International organisations
7. The EU policy framework – relevant legislation and principles
8. Policy options
9. Conclusions – preferred options
10.References – primary sources
11. References – secondary sources
APPENDICES (separate volumes)
Appendix A – country studies (Spain, Italy, Greece, France, UK, Switzerland)
Appendix B – country profiles (22 EU states and USA)
Appendix C – statistical annex
Author (Corp. Body): International Centre for Migration Policy Development
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2009
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: third countriesEuropean Lawillegal immigration
Subject: European Community external relations and associated countriesEuropean Community treaties and agreementsAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: REGINE Regularisations in Europe
Title (other): Study on practices in the area of regularisation of illegally staying third-country nationals in the Member States of
the EU. Ref. JLS/B4/2007/05. Appendix A: Country Studies
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: FRANCE
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 IRREGULAR MIGRATION IN FRANCE – AN OVERVIEW
1.2.1 Evolution of official perception of irregular immigration
1.2.2 Changing patterns of irregular migration
1.2.3 Indicators and estimations of irregular migration
1.2.4 Evolution of regularisation programmes (1973-2006)
1.2.5 Evolution of continuous regularisation mechanisms
1.3 IMPLEMENTATION OF REGULARISATION PROGRAMMES
1.3.1 Regularisation programme 1997-1998
1.3.2 Regularisation programme for families and children 2006
1.4 QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE OUTCOMES
1.4.1 Outcomes of regularisation programmes
1.4.2 Outcomes of regularisations via permanent regularisation mechanisms
1.5 EVALUATION
I.5.1 Regularisation programmes versus continuous mechanisms
1.5.2 Evaluation of strengths and weaknesses
1.6 CONCLUSIONS
1.7 REFERENCES
1.8 ANNEX
CHAPTER 2: GREECE
2.1 INTRODUCTION
2.1.1 The emergence of regularisation as a policy
2.2 GREECE’S FIRST REGULARISATION PROGRAMME OF 1997
2.2.1 The White Card
2.2.2 Implementation and outcomes of the White Card procedure
2.2.3 The Green Card
2.2.4 Implementation and outcome of the Green Card procedure
2.2.5 Evaluation of the 1998 regularisation process (White and Green Cards)
2.3 THE 2001 IMMIGRATION LAW 2910/2001
2.3.1 The 2001 regularisation procedure
2.3.2 Implementation and outcomes of the 2001 regularisation
2.3.3 Evaluation of the 2001 regularisation process
2.4 THE 2005 IMMIGRATION LAW 3386/2005
2.4.1 Implementation and outcomes of the two regularisation programmes
2.4.2 Evaluation of the 2005 regularisation programmes
2.5 THE 2007 SPECIAL REGULATION OF MIGRATION POLICY ISSUES, LAW 3536/2007
2.5.1 Implementation and outcomes of the 2007 regularisation
2.6 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE GREEK REGULARISATION PROGRAMMES
2.7 REGULARISATION MECHANISMS
2.8 NATIONAL POLICY ON ILLEGAL MIGRATION WITH REGARD TO REGULARISATION
2.8.1 Es
Author (Corp. Body): International Centre for Migration Policy Development
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2009
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: third countriesEuropean Lawillegal immigration
Subject: European Community external relations and associated countriesEuropean Community treaties and agreementsAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: REGINE Regularisations in Europe
Title (other): Study on practices in the area of regularisation of illegally staying third-country nationals in the Member States of
the EU. Ref. JLS/B4/2007/05.Appendix B:Country Profiles of 22 EU Member States and the USA
Table of Contents
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
Germany
Hungary
Ireland
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
The Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Sweden
United States
Author (Corp. Body): International Centre for Migration Policy Development
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2009
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: third countriesEuropean Lawillegal immigration
Subject: European Community external relations and associated countriesEuropean Community treaties and agreementsAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Evaluation on the implementation and functioning of the obligation of carriers to communicate passenger data set up by
Directive 2004/82 : Final Report for Directorate-General for Home Affairs
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Aims and objectives of this study
1.2 Structure of this report
2 Executive summary
2.1 Introduction and policy context of the evaluation
2.2 Methodology
2.3 Overview of the Directive
2.4 Quality of transposition and implementation
2.5 Results and impacts of the Directive
3 Overview of the study methodology
3.1 Main evaluation themes and sub-themes
3.2 Data collection
3.3 Data analysis
4 Overview of the Directive
4.1 Aims and objectives of the Directive
4.2 Intended results and impacts of the Directive as foreseen
4.3 Intervention logic
5 Analysis of the quality of the transposition
5.1 Overview of the quality of transposition
5.2 Main issues with the transposition
6 Analysis of the quality of the implementation
6.1 Overview of the level and timeliness of implementation
6.2 Overview of the different types of API systems
6.3 Analysis of the scope of API data collection
6.4 Systems in place for the capture and transmission of API
6.5 Processing and use of API data
6.6 Data protection considerations
6.7 Analysis of the remit and activities of stakeholders
6.8 Issues with implementation of API systems and reasons for non-implementation
7 Results and impacts of the Directive
7.1 Relevance
7.2 Effectiveness
7.3 Efficiency
7.4 Impact
7.5 Added value of the Directive
8 Conclusions and recommendations
8.1 Main findings and conclusions
8.2 Main issues and recommendations
Author: Canetta, Emanuela | Korpelainen, Silja | Mortera, Camino
Contributer: ICF | GHK | milieu
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Inneres
Year: 2012
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data exchangeEUillegal immigrationpassenger trafficlegal usagetransportation industry
Subject: European Community law in generalGoods. PassengersMigrationAnalysis and processing of information
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on criminal sanction legislation and practice in representative Member States : Final Report
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Criminal offenses and sanctions in representative Member States
2.1. Child Pornography
2.2. Drug Trafficking
2.3. Money Laundering
2.4. Frauds with no cash means of payment
2.5. Illegal Entry
3. Diagnosis, recommendations and proposals
Author (Corp. Body): Thomson Reuters Aranzadi
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-38539-1 | JUST/2011/JPEN/PR/0066/A4 | DS-04-14-632-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: frauddrug-related crimeEUmoneyillegal immigrationchildpornographylegal usage
penal lawpayment transactions
Subject: European Community law in generalCriminal law. Penal sanctions. Penal institutions
Countries Scheme: Germany. General ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesSwedenLatviaPolandHungary
RomaniaItalySpainCyprusFranceUnited Kingdom
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Title: The European Agenda on Migration : Glossary, facts and figures
Table of Contents
Irregular migration
Comparison of irregular border crossings by route between Jan.-Dec. 2013 and Jan.-Dec. 2014
EU Agencies supporting Member States’ efforts in the area of migration?
EU rules on returning irregularly staying migrants
Return decisions against effected returns for main countries of citizenship of the irregular migrants
The Action Plan on Smuggling
Readmission Agreements
17 Readmission Agreements currently in force
The principle of non-refoulement
The difference between smuggling and trafficking
How does the EU tackle trafficking in human beings?
Save lives and secure the external borders
The “Hotspots” System
The Smart Borders Package
EUROSUR
Common Security and Defence Policy operations
Asylum and protection
The current EU legal framework on asylum
Total number of asylum seekers in the EU
Number of asylum applications per Member State
What does relocation mean? How does it work?
Distribution of asylum seekers among the ten EU countries receiving the most applications (2014)
The emergency response system under Art. 78.3 of the Treaty
What is resettlement? How does it work?
Resettled persons during the period 2008 - 2014
Regional Development and Protection Programmes
Legal migration
How does the EU attract non-EU workers?
Blue Cards issued by Member States
Residence permits issued by Member States
Impact of migration on development
Visa requirements for entering into the EU?
Top applicant countries in 2014
Mobility Partnerships
8 Mobility Partnerships signed
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Year: 2015
Language: en
Ressource: Wikis, Glossare und spezielle Nachschlagewerke
Keyword: person seeking asylumEUillegal immigrationmigrationpartnershipregional developmentresettlement
Subject: European Community law in generalMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Technical Study on Smart Borders : Final Report
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Objective
1.2 Scope
2. METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
2.1. Overall approach
2.2. Analysis criteria
2.3. Options analysis
2.4. Basic assumptions
2.5. Relevant sources of law
3. EES AND RTP - BORDER CONTROL PROCESSES
3.1. ...
4. USE OF BIOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS
4.1. ...
5. DATA
5.1. ...
6. ARCHITECTURE
6.1. ...
7. STATISTICS AND FORECASTS
7.1. ...
8. CONCLUSIONS
8.1. ...
9. OPTIONS FOR THE PILOT
APPENDIX A. - APPENDIX K...
Author (Corp. Body): pwc
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Inneres
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-41798-6 | DR-01-14-990-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: data processingEUborder protectioncross border cooperationillegal immigrationinformation exchangetourist traffic
Subject: FrontiersEuropean Community law in generalInformation transferElectronic data processing
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Illegal employment of third-country nationals in the European Union : EMN Synthesis Report
Table of Contents
Executive summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Rationale and context of the study
1.2 Brief overview of EU law and policy context
1.3 Study aims
1.4 Scopeof the study
1.5 Structure of the report
1.6 Statistical overview of illegal employment of TCN in the EU
2 Contextual overview of the general situation regarding illegal employment in the EU
2.1 Statistics on the formaleconomy
2.2 Illegal employment in EU Member States
2.3 Recent or planned changes in law and practices
3 Preventive measures and incentives and risk assessments
3.1 Overview of preventive measures and incentives for employers3.3 Risk assessments
3.4 Lessons Learnt, success factors andchallenges in prevention measures
4Identification of illegal employment of TCNs
4.1 National authorities responsible for identification and carrying out the inspections
4.2 Identification measures
4.3 Technical tools and methods used for identification
4.4 Lessons Learnt, success factors andchallenges in identifyingillegal employment of third-country nationals
5 Sanctions for employers
5.1 Types of sanctions for employers
5.2 Criminal sanctions for employers asper Article 9 (1) of the Employers’ Sanctions Directive
5.3 Lessons learnt in implementing sanctions to employers
6 Outcomes for TCNs found to be working illegally
6.1 Return
6.2 Detention Pending Deportation
6.3 Imprisonment
6.4 Fines
6.5 Identification as a victim of trafficking of human beings
6.6 Regularisation
6.7 Possibility for compensation of unpaid wages and taxes
6.8 Provision of information on rights
| 6.9 Good practices in providing outcomes for illegally employed
7 Case studies
7.1 A third-country national residing and working irregularly
7.2 A third-country national on a student permit employed more hours than allowed
7.3 A third-country national who resided and worked regularly, but whose permit has expired
7.4 A third-country national present as a tourist
7.5 A third-country national seasonal worker
7.6 A third-country national working for an international trading company
8 Conclusions
Annex 1 Prevention measures
Annex 2 List of national authorities
Annex 3 Sanctions and consequences for employers
Annex 4 Criminal sanctions for employers
Annex 5 Statistical annexes
Annex 6 Fines for illegally employed TCNs
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Year: 2017
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor migrationthird countriesEUillegal employmentillegal immigration
Subject: European Community law in generalLabour marketAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: 2017 Annual Report on Migration and Asylum in Belgium
Abstract
The present report is the 14th annual report on migration and asylum of the Belgian National Contact Point (NCP) of the European Migration Network (EMN). The report provides an overview of the most significant political and legislative developments – as well as public debates - in the field of migration and asylum in Belgium during the period 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2017.The objectives of this report are to inform policymakers as well as a wider audience on these developments; to facilitate and further stimulate information exchange between all stakeholders active in the area of migration and asylum (such as governmental and non-governmental organisations, international organisations, universities and research organisations as well as the wider public); to put into perspective relevant public debates in the field of asylum and migration; and to document the implementation of EU legislation and the impact of European policy developments at the national level.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Objectives and content
1.2. Methodology
1.3. Terms and definitions
2. INSTITUTIONAL AND LEGISLATIVE CONTEXT
2.1. Belgian state structure and division of competences
2.2. Belgian institutions in the field of asylum and migration
2.3. Belgian migration and asylum legislation
3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4. LEGAL MIGRATION AND MOBILITY
4.1. Context
4.2. Legislative changes
4.3. Operational changes
4.4. Public debate
4.5. Future plans
5. INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION
5.1. Context
5.2. Legislative changes
5.3. Operational changes
5.4. Initiatives from civil society
5.5. Public debate
5.6. Future plans
6. UNACCOMPANIED MINORS AND OTHER VULNERABLE GROUPS
6.1. Context
6.2. Legislative changes
6.3. Operational changes
6.4. Public debate
6.5. Future plans
7. INTEGRATION
7.1. Context
7.2. Legislative changes
7.3. Operational changes
7.4. Public debate
7.5. Future plans
8. IRREGULAR MIGRATION
8.1. Context
8.2. Legislative changes
8.3. Operational changes
8.4. Public debate
8.5. Future plans
9. RETURN
9.1. Context
9.2. Legislative changes
9.3. Operational changes
9.4. Public debate
9.5. Future plans
10. COUNTERING TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS
10.1. Context
10.2.Legislative changes
10.3. Operational changes
10.4. Public debate
11. MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT
11.1. Operational changes
11.2. Initiatives from civil society
11.3. Public debate
11.4. Future plans
ANNEXES
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network / National Contact Point Belgium | European Migration Network / Belgian Contact Point
Year: 2018
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumBelgiumdevelopment aidEUillegal immigrationintegrationadolescentslave trade
migrationpublic opinionprotectionremigration
Subject: European Community external relationsHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesBelgium
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Title: 2017 EMN Annual report on asylum and migration policy : Czech Republic
Title (other): Annual Report on Asylum and Migration 2017 – Czech Republic
Abstract
The 2017 European Migration Network (EMN) Annual Policy Report on Asylum and Migration provides a summary of the most important developments and changes in the fields of migration, asylum and integration during the year 2017.In making its migration policy, the Czech Republic continues to apply the principles of migration policy, which were formulated in the Migration Policy Strategy of the Czech Republic (adopted on 29 July 2015 in Resolution of the Government of the Czech Republic No. 621). Besides the national security, which is the main theme, the Migration Policy Strategy of the Czech Republic defines the priorities of the Czech Republic in the fields of integration of foreign nationals, illegal migration and return policy, international protection, external dimension of migration (including development and humanitarian aid), free movement of persons within the EU and the Schengen Area, legal migration and international obligations of the Czech Republic regarding migration.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
List of abbreviations
Summary
1. Introduction
1.1 ORGANISATION OF ASYLUM AND MIGRATION POLICY
1.2 ASYLUM AND MIGRATION LEGISLATION
2. Developments in asylum and migration policy
2.1 POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS
2.2 LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS
2.3 DEBATES IN THE MEDIA
3. Legal migration and mobility
3.1 FOREIGN NATIONALS WITH RESIDENCE PERMITS IN THE TERRITORY OF THE CR – STATISTICS
3.2 ECONOMIC MIGRATION
3.3 FAMILY REUNIFICATION
3.4 STUDENTS AND SCIENTISTS
3.5 VISA POLICY AND SCHENGEN COOPERATION
3.6 INTEGRATION, CITIZENSHIP
4. International protection
4.1 APPLICANTS FOR INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
4.2 ASYLUM FACILITIES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
4.3 INTEGRATION OF RECOGNISED REFUGEES AND BENEFICIARIES OF SUBSIDIARY PROTECTION
5. Unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups
5.1 UNACCOMPANIED MINORS
5.2 OTHER VULNERABLE GROUPS OF PERSONS
6. Measures against human trafficking
7. International cooperation and projects concerning migration and asylum
7.1 INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND PROJECTS
7.2 HUMANITARIAN PROJECTS, RESETTLEMENT, RELOCATION
7.3 ASSISTANCE TO COMPATRIOTS
7.4 INTERNATIONAL POLICE COOPERATION
8. Illegal migration, human smuggling
8.1 ILLEGAL MIGRATION INTO THE TERRITORY OF THE CR
8.2 FACILITATION OF ILLEGAL MIGRATION
9. Returns
9.1 ADMINISTRATIVE DECISION ON RETURN
9.2 EXECUTION OF A DECISION ON RETURN
9.3 EXPULSION SENTENCE IMPOSED BY COURTS
Annexes
Annex 1: Methodology and Definitions
Annex 2: List of Sources and Literature
Annex 3: List of Tables and Charts
Author (Corp. Body): Czech Republic / Ministry of the Interior / Department for Asylum and Migration Policy | Czech Republic / National EMN Contact Point | European Migration Network / National contact point Czech Repulic
Contributer: European Migration Network
Year: 2018
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-80-7616-005-7
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumEUillegal immigrationintegrationinternational cooperationadolescentslave trademigration policy
protectionremigrationCzech Republic
Subject: European Community external relationsHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesCzech Republic
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Title: Annual report on migration and asylum 2017 : Part 2
Title (other): Annual report on migration and asylum – France 2017 | Annual report on asylum and migration policy 2017
Abstract
The 2017 Annual Report on migration and asylum aims to cover changes to immigration and asylum policy and legislation which have taken place throughout the year.Relevant departments and services were asked to provide information relating to legislative and regulatory provisions as well as statistics about events which had marked 2017.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.INTRODUCTION
2. CONTEXT FOR ASYLUM AND MIGRATION POLICY DEVELOPMENTS
3. LEGAL MIGRATION AND MOBILITY
3.1. Economic migration
3.2. Students and researchers
3.3. Family reunification and family formation
3.4. Information on routes to and conditions of legal migration
3.5. Long-term residence and intra-EU mobility of legally resident third-country nationals
3.6. Other measures on legal migration schemes
3.7. Schengen Governance
3.8. Visa policy
4.INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION AND ASYLUM
4.1. Implementation of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) and related policy developments
4.2. Relocation and resettlement programmes
5. UNACCOMPANIED MINORS AND OTHER VULNERABLE GROUPS
5.1. Unaccompanied minors applying for asylum
5.2. Other vulnerable groups applying for asylum
5.3. Unaccompanied minors not applying for asylum
5.4. Other vulnerable groups not applying for asylum
6. INTEGRATION
6.1. Integration of third-country nationals
6.2. Promoting integration of specific categories of third-country nationals
6.3. Promoting integration of vulnerable groups of third-country nationals (UAMs, LGBT, elderly, pregnant women, disabled migrants etc.)
6.4. Non-discrimination
6.5. Promoting local integration at local level and cooperation, consultation and coordination of local stakeholders
6.6. Awareness raising on migration in the hosting (Member) State
6.7. Integration measures involving countries of origin and/or diaspora communities
| 7. IRREGULAR MIGRATION
7.1. Enhanced border management at the external borders
7.2. Preventing and tackling of misuse of legal migration channels
7.3. The fight against facilitation of irregular migration (‘smuggling’) and prevention of irregular stay
8.RETURN
8.1. Main national developments in the field of return
8.2. Strengthening cooperation with third countries of origin and transit on return and reintegration management
9. ACTIONS ADDRESSING TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS
9.1. National strategic policy developments
9.2. Improving identification of and provision of information to third-country national victims of human trafficking
10.MAXIMISING DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OF MIGRATION AND MOBILITY
10.1.Progress towards mainstreaming migration in development policies
10.2.Migrants’ Remittances
10.3.Working with Diasporas
ANNEXES
ANNEX 1: COMBATING ILLEGAL EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL DUMPING
ANNEX 2: PRESENTATION OF THE BTP CARD
ANNEX 3:ADMISSION POLICIES FOR STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS
ANNEX 4:CONSULAR COOPERATION AND SHARED CONSULAR SERVICES
ANNEX 5:PRESENTATION OF THE LEGISLATIVE REFORM OF THE ISSUANCE OF RESIDENCE PERMITS FOR HEALTH REASONS APPLICABLE FROM 1JANUARY 2017
NATIONAL STATISTICS
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network / French Contact Point
Contributer: European Migration Network | République francaise / Ministère de lIntérieure / Direction générale des Ètrangers en France
Year: 2018
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumEUFranceillegal immigrationintegrationinternational cooperationadolescentslave trade
migration policyprotectionremigration
Subject: European Community external relationsHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesFrance
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Title: Annual report 2017 on migration and asylum in Greece : National report ; Part 2
Abstract
The Annual Policy Report of 2017 aims at informing the Member?States and the European Commission on all the developments that took place in the year of 2017 or were scheduled to be implemented in a future period, in the areas of asylum and migration in Greece. This Report presents, in detail, the legal provisions, policies adopted, measures taken and programmes implemented during the year, as follows: In Section 1 there is an introductory description of migration and asylum in Greece for the year 2017 as well as the objectives of the Annual Policy Report are presented.Section 2 includes an overview of the developments of the policies in the fields of asylum and migration is made.In Section 3 all the developments in legislative framework regarding legal migration and mobility in 2017 are reported.Section 4 includes international protection, including asylum, the implementation of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) and related developments regarding legislation, policies and practices in relation to access the asylum procedure.In Section 5 the developments on unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups are analysed.Section 6 includes developments related the facilitation of integration of third?country nationals through socio?economi cparticipation, e.g. measures to improve attainment in the education system, measures to enhance languageskill, access to social security, healthcare and housing, and integration into the labour market.In Section 7 there is an overview of the actions policies/measures in relation to border control measures/management at the external borders implemented during 2017 for the prevention and tackling of irregular migration.Section 8 highlights the policies regarding enhancing return migration management, including cooperation among EU Member States on return practices. | Section 9 examines national policies/measures regarding the prevention and/or the fight against trafficking in human beings of third?country nationals (e.g. national action plans or national strategies) introduced in 2017. Finally, Section 10 includes developments concerning the mainstreaming of migration in development policies. For example: studies, development of approaches to make migration an integral part in sectoral policies (e.g. agriculture, health, educationetc.), solidarity development projects,etc.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive summary
1. Introduction
2. Context for asylum and migration policy developments
3. Legal migration and mobility
4. International protection, including asylum
5. Unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups
6. Integration
7. Irregular migration
8. Return
9. Actions addressing trafficking in human beings
10. Maximising development impact of migration and mobility
ANNEX A: Methodology
ANNEX B: Indicative bibliography
Author (Corp. Body): European Public Law Organization
Contributer: European Migration Network | Europäische Kommission | Hellenic Republic / Ministry for Migration Policy
Year: 2018
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumEUGreeceillegal immigrationintegrationinternational cooperationadolescentslave trade
migrationmigration policyprotectionremigration
Subject: European Community external relationsHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesGreece
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Title: Annual report on migration and asylum 2017: Ireland
Abstract
The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of trends, policy developments and significant debates in the area of asylum and migration during 2017 in Ireland.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 Methodology
1.2 Structure of migration and asylum policy
1.2.1 Institutional context
1.2.2 General structure of the legal system
Chapter 2: Statistical and political overview
2.1 Political developments
2.1.1 Brexit
2.2 Legislation
2.3 United Nations developments
2.3.1 United Nations Convention Against Torture (UNCAT)
2.3.2 Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women
2.4 Population and migration estimates
Chapter 3: Legal migration
3.1 Economic migration
3.1.1 Statistics
3.1.2 Legislation
3.1.3 Review of HSEOL and ICEL
3.1.4 Employment permits for HGV drivers
3.1.5 Employment permits for employees of employment agencies
3.1.6 Review of employment permits policy
3.1.7 Atypical Working Scheme
3.2 Students and researchers
3.2.1 International students
3.2.2 Reform of student immigration regime .....
3.3 Immigrant investor and entrepreneur programmes
3.4Irish Residence Permit (IRP)
3.5 Pre-clearance scheme for ministers of religion and lay volunteers
3.6 Visa policy
3.6.1 Statistics
3.6.2 Legislation
3.7 Case law
3.7.1 INIS Policy Document on non-EEA Family Reunification
3.7.2 Whether students are to be regarded as settled migrants
3.7.3 Whether Irish citizen has constitutional right to reside in the State with non-national spouse
3.7.4 Damages for breach of EU law
Chapter 4: International protection
4.1 International protection statistics
4.1.1 Protection applications
4.1.2 Appeals
4.1.3 Permission to remain
4.1.4 Transfers under the Dublin Regulation
4.1.5 Family reunification
4.1.6 Judicial review
4.2 Legislative, administrative and institutional developments
4.2.1 Legislative developments
4.2.2 Administrative developments
4.2.3 Institutional developments
4.3 Reception
4.3.1 Right to work for asylum applicants
4.3.2 Reception conditions
| 4.3.3 Draft National Standards for Direct Provision Centres4.4 Relocation and resettlement
4.4.1 Irish Refugee Protection Programme (IRPP)
4.4.2 Emergency Reception and Orientation Centres (EROCs)
4.4.3 IRPP Humanitarian Admissions Programme (IHAP)
4.5 Family reunification
4.5.1 International Protection (Family Reunification) (Amendment) Bill 2017
4.5.2 EMN Ireland conference
4.6 Community sponsorship
4.7 EU naval operations
4.8 Research
4.9 Case law
Chapter 5: Unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups
5.1 Unaccompanied minors
5.1.1 Statistics
5.1.2 Calais Special Project
5.1.3 Protection applications5.2.1 Migrant children
5.2.2 Migrant women
5.2.3 Research
Chapter 6: Integration
6.1 Integration policy
6.1.1 Migrant Integration Strategy
6.1.2 Funding and integration projects
6.1.3 Non-discrimination
6.1.4 Engagement of diaspora communities
6.1.5 Research
6.2 Citizenship and naturalisation
6.2.1 Citizenship statistics
6.2.2 Case law: Revocation of citizenship
Chapter 7: Irregular migration, borders and return
7.1 Statistics
7.2 Borders
7.2.1 Refusals of leave to land
7.2.2 Border control systems and technology
7.2.3 Detention facilities
7.3 Irregular migration
7.3.1 Facilitation of irregular entry (smuggling)
7.3.2 Common Travel Area
7.3.3 Operation Vantage
7.3.4 Undocumented migrants
7.4 Return
7.4.1 Legislative change
7.4.2 Assisted voluntary return
7.5 Case law
7.5.1 Challenge to refusal to revoke deportation order based on alleged breach of art.3, European Convention on Human Rights
7.5.2 Child’s right to primary education and deportation
| 7.5.2 Child’s right to primary education and deportation
Chapter 8: Countering trafficking in human beings
8.1 Statistics
8.2 Trafficking in Persons Report
8.3 GRETA – Second Evaluation Round Report on Ireland
8.4 Legislation
8.5 National developments
8.5.1 Labour exploitation in the Irish fishing industry
8.5.2 Police investigations
8.5.3 Review of national identification mechanism
8.5.4 Funding
8.5.5 Training and awareness raising
8.6 International co-operation
8.6.1 Santa Marta Group
8.6.2 Co-operation by police and other enforcement authorities
8.6.3 Official development assistance
8.7 Research
8.7.1 TRACKS project report for Ireland
References
Author: Sheridan, Anne
Series Title:ESRI - Survey and statistical report series ; 66
Contributer: European Migration Network | Economic and Social Research Institute | European Migration Network / Irish National Contact Point
Year: 2018
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-0-7070-0475-4
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumEUillegal immigrationintegrationinternational cooperationIrelandadolescentslave trade
migrationmigration policyprotectionremigration
Subject: European Community external relationsHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesIreland
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Title: 2017 Annual review : Migration and Asylum in the Netherlands
Abstract
The 2017 Annual Review provides an insight into the most important developments in the migration and asylum policy of the Netherlands in 2017. Topics addressed in this review are legal migration, international protection (asylum), unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups, civic integration, irregular migration, return, measures addressing trafficking in human beings, and migration and development. The Annual Review has been compiled by the Research & Analysis Department and is largely based on desk research. Experts have provided input for the different themes. In 2017, relatively few major policy changes were made as a result of the elections on 25 March 2017 and the subsequent lengthy government formation. This resulted in there being a care-taker government for a large part of the year (March-October).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
2 Political developments in the area of asylum and migration
2.1 General political developments
2.2 New government takes office
2.3 Public debates
3 Legal migration
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Policy developments
3.2.1 Economic migration
3.2.2 Students
3.2.3 Family formation and family reunification
3.2.4 Other forms of legal migration
4 International protection (asylum)
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Influx
4.3 Policy developments
4.3.1 Substantive assessment of applications for international protection
4.3.2 Procedures for international protection
4.3.3 Reception, efficiency, and quality of Dutch asylum policy
4.3.4 Resettlement
4.3.5 Intentions of Rutte III government in coalition agreement regarding asylum policy
5 Unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Policy developments
5.2.1 Unaccompanied minors
5.2.2 Other vulnerable groups
6 Civic integration
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Policy developments
6.2.1 Quality improvement of education for asylum seekers
6.2.2 Language proficiency
6.2.3 Housing
6.2.4 Labour market
6.2.5 Participation and social counselling
6.2.6 Anti-discrimination policy
7 Irregular migration
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Policy developments
7.2.1 Abuse of legal migration channels
7.2.2 Prevention of irregular migration
7.2.3 Monitoring and identifying irregular migration routes
8 Return
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Policy developments
9 Actions addressing trafficking in human beings
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Policy developments
10 Migration and development policy
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Policy developments
10.2.1 General
10.2.2 Reception centres in the region
10.2.3 Cooperation with diaspora
ANNEX A: Methodology and definitions
ANNEX B: Structure of the migration and asylum policy of the Netherlands
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network / National contact point in the Netherlands
Contributer: European Migration Network | Ministry of Justice and Security / Immigration and Naturalisation Service / Research and Analysis
Year: 2018
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumEUillegal immigrationintegrationinternational cooperationadolescentslave trademigration
migration policyprotectionremigration
Subject: European Community external relationsHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesNetherlands
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Title: Annual Report on Migration and Asylum in the Slovak Republic in 2017
Abstract
The report informs about the most significant changes, developments and activities in the field of migration and international protection in Slovakia in 2017. In the Slovak Republic, the report is a unique publication of its kind which annually maps all areas of migration of third-country nationals in the context of EU policies and legislation. The report describes also overall political developments and discussions related to migration, legal migration and mobility, international protection including asylum, unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups, integration, irregular migration including smuggling, returns, combating trafficking in human beings as well as migration and development. In the annex, the report presents also selected statistics which are not collected at EU level.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations and References
Methodology and Terms
Methodology and Elaboration
Terms and Definitions
Executive Summary
01. Introduction
02. Context of the development of migration and asylum policies
2.1 Political development and (inter)ministerial cooperation
2.2 Migration in the media
03. Legal migration and mobility
3.1 Statistics and trends
3.2 Policies, legislation and measures in the area of economic migration
3.2.1 Admission and residence of specific categories of migrants from third countries
3.2.2 Satisfying labour market needs
3.3 Prevention of social dumping and labour standards erosion
3.4 Other measures on legal migration schemes
3.5 Information on routes to and conditions of legal migration
04. International protection including asylum
4.1 Statistics and trends
4.2 National legislation and Common European Asylum System (CEAS)
4.2.1 Access to the asylum procedure and reception of asylum applicants
4.2.2 Asylum procedure including the Dublin procedure
4.2.3 Provision of information on documents and rights of beneficiaries of international protection
4.2.4 Cooperation with third countries
4.2.5 Asylum system of the Slovak Republic
4.3 Relocation and resettlement programmes
4.3.1 Intra-EU relocation mechanism and bilateral activities
4.3.2 Resettlement and humanitarian admissions
4.4 National and European jurisprudence
05. Unaccompanied minors and other vulnerable groups
5.1 Unaccompanied minors
5.2 Vulnerable groups
06. Integration
6.1 Integration of third-country nationals
6.2 Integration of persons granted international protection
6.3 Integration on local level
6.4 Raising awareness about migration and non-discrimination
6.5 Integration through civic participation and communities
07. Irregular migration
7.1 Statistics and trends
7.2 Measure to control the borders
7.3 Cooperation with third countries regarding border management
| 7.4 Irregular migration as a result of misuse of legal migration channels
7.5 Measures to tackle the misuse of legal migration channels
7.6 The fight against facilitation of irregular migration (“smuggling”) and prevention of irregular stay
08. Returns
8.1 Forced returns
8.2 Assisted voluntary returns and reintegration
8.3 Readmission agreement
09. Countering trafficking in human beings
9.1 Statistics and trends
9.2 Legislation, policies and international monitoring
9.3 Identification of victims from third countries, information provision and assistance
9.3.1 Policies and legislation
9.3.2 Activities to raise awareness and improve professional skills
9.4 International cooperation
9.4.1 Cooperation with EU Member States
9.4.2 Cooperation with third countries
10. Migration and development
10.1 Development cooperation and humanitarian assistance
10.2 Cooperation with third countries in the field of economic migration
10.3 Other activities in the field of migration
Bibliography
Annex: National statistics
Author: Mészárosová, Simona | Obonová, Sona
Contributer: National Contact Point of the European Migration Network for the Slovak Republic | European Migration Network | International Organization for Migration (IOM) – Office in the Slovak Republic
Year: 2018
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-80-89506-79-8
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumEUillegal immigrationintegrationinternational cooperationadolescentslave trademigration
migration policyprotectionremigrationSlovakia
Subject: European Community external relationsHuman rightsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesSlovak Republic
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