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EMN Bulletin: 23rd edition - September 2018

Published in EMN Bulletin
Wednesday, 05 September 2018 11:39

Safe Countries of Origin (2018)

Published in EMN Informs
Friday, 09 March 2018 16:25

This EMN inform contains information collected through an ad-hoc question on safe countries of origin. It presents an overview of (Member) States policies and practices concerning safe countries of origin. It describes which countries have introduced a list of safe countries of origin and whether nationals from these countries are treated differently than nationals from other countries in the asylum procedure. Moreover, differences relating to reception conditions and return provisions are examined.  

This EMN Inform summarises the key findings of the EMN Synthesis Report on challenges and practices for establishing identity of third-country nationals in migration processes. It provides the overview of the challenges faced by national authorities in their efforts to reliably verify the identity of third-country nationals within the context of various migration procedures and of national practices of EU Member States to address those challenges. 

The report informs about the most significant political and legislative developments, as well as public debates, in the fields of migration and asylum which occurred in the EU, its Member States and Norway during the year 2016, with the focus on third-country nationals rather than EU nationals. It also contains relevant statistical data. The report for the Slovak Republic describes national developments and put them in the context of the EU policies and legislation.

EMN Bulletin: 19th edition - June 2017

Published in EMN Bulletin
Thursday, 03 August 2017 02:00

Study identifies both commonalities and differences between EU (Member) States’ and Norway's policies and practices on family reunification, which depend to a great extent on EU (Member) States’ discretion, despite being guided by the framework established by the Family Reunification Directive (2003/86/EC) at EU level. Study provides up-to-date information and highlights a number of modifications which have been adopted by some EU (Member) States and Norway since 2011. Moreover, the study includes a review of some of the relevant case law in the field of family reunification.