Migration flows have grown rapidly in recent decades and policy makers have increasingly focused on migration policies and the integration of immigrants. Also, the impact of migration on the countries of origin is of rising importance. DICE provides descriptive data as well as information and the policy and institutional setting.
Overview of countries that have used the admissibility interview to examine applications under the Dublin procedure. Data were reported in 2016.
Persons suspected of having infringed visas, of having entered illegally or of having entered without authorisation, until the immigration authorities decide to issue a visa or return them to their country of origin.
Policy of detaining persons suspected of having infringed visas, of having entered illegally or of having entered without authorisation, and of having been deported and expelled, until the immigration authorities decide to issue a visa and release them to the Community or return them to their country of origin.
Asylum seekers are entitled to reception conditions as defined in the Asylum Seekers' Benefits Act from the moment they arrive at the reception centre to which they have been assigned and where they are issued an “arrival certificate”. Data reported in 2016.
The Dublin system establishes the criteria and mechanisms for determining the Member State responsible for examining an asylum application.
Overview of grounds for detention of asylum seekers whose application is still pending. Data reported in 2016.
The World Bank defines personal remittances as the sum of personal transfers and compensation of employees. Personal transfers include all current transfers in cash or in kind between resident and non-resident individuals, independent of the source of income of the sender and the relationship between the households.
Note: Data are from the Asylum Information Database (AIDA) - a database containing information on asylum procedures, reception conditions and detention across 16 European Union (EU) Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Germany, France, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, United Kingdom) and two non-EU countries (Switzerland, Turkey).