EMN Studies and Policy Briefs
Studies examine in detail the selected topics in the area of migration and asylum. For the Slovak Republic they are available in a form of a questionnaire or they are developed into a compact text. The studies are elaborated based on a previously agreed and approved specification that is the same for all EU Member States and Norway.
This focussed study provides an outline of organisation of reception facilities in EU Member States and Norway and provides an overview of the types of facilities, categories of applicants, and competent institutions making decisions on the placement of applicants in particular types of facilities. The study also describes the good practices in the European countries and focuses on the efficiency of facilities from the point of view of costs and the number of received and evaluated applications for international protection.
This focussed study describes the political and legislative measures in the EU countries and Norway in the area of attracting highly qualified and qualified workers – third country nationals. It also deals with the issue of effectiveness of such measures and their evaluation. The challenges and barriers for this group of migrants in accessing the respective labour markets are also described.
This study aims at describing the national system of education and relevant legislative measures with the focus on international students – third country nationals as well as the general practice in the EU Member States and Norway towards this group of international students. The study provides also information on international cooperation and impacts of the mobility of international students onto the above-mentioned European countries.
This focussed study provides overview on legislation in the EU Member States and Norway related to intra-EU mobility of third country nationals, on barriers which influence migrants´ labour mobility within the EU as well as on related statistical data about this phenomenon.
This focussed study summarises the relevant statistics and legislative framework in the area of establishing identity of a third-country national at EU Member State level as well as in Norway, describes the methods of identity detection and deals also with the decision making procedure in this regard.
The focussed study identifies the scale and scope of two instances of the misuse of the right to family reunification, namely marriages of convenience and false declarations of parenthood of third-country nationals, as a route to settlement in the EU. It informs about the legislative, political and practical measures and available statistical data, and identifies best practice examples in the prevention of and fight against this phenomenon in EU Member States and Norway.
A study provides information on the impact of the EU Member State and Norwegian visa policy on the migration flows into the countries with a focus on national visas and their role in the regulation process of legal migration and combating irregular migration. It also provides a broad overview and analysis of relevant statistical data.
A study aims to describe practical measures in combating irregular migration in the EU Member States and Norway in the pre-entry phase as well as in the phases of entry and stay of third-country nationals. It provides information on bilateral and multilateral cooperation of these countries with other EU and third countries in this area and it summarizes the basic legislation and political documents, as well as the impact of legislation and measures undertaken at EU level.