Inform on Family Reunification for Beneficiaries of International Protection

On the 20th Anniversary of the Family Reunification Directive, the EMN presents its latest inform – “Family Reunification for Beneficiaries of International Protection.” Dive into diverse approaches across EMN Member and Observer Countries. From application procedures to timelines, gain a nuanced understanding of family reunification for those under international protection. the inform is available here.

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Access to autonomous housing in the context of international protection

The inform on ‘Access to Autonomous Housing in the Context of International Protection’ delves into the dynamics of securing autonomous housing for beneficiaries and applicants of international protection. Unveiling the challenges faced by these individuals, this inform provides an overview of the different approaches and strategies employed by EMN Member Countries and Serbia to support…

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Digitalisation of identity documents and residence permits issued to third-country nationals

The inform offers a detailed examination of practices, challenges, and advantages across EMN Member and Observer Countries. The majority of EMN Member and Observer Countries, as well as Georgia and Ukraine, currently issue physical residence permits, incorporating biometric data and electronic elements. Notably, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland have started issuing digital-only residence permits and…

EMN Serbia national conference 2023

EMN Serbia held their first EMN national conference on 8th of December 2023, entitled ‘‘Circular migration schemes and initiatives for diaspora moving back home: Supporting economic development in countries of origin” The primary objective of the conference was to facilitate discussions about the various practices and initiatives concerning circular migration programs and efforts to encourage…