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Return Policy in Germany in the Context of EU Rules and Standards

Date 1 December 2017
Order number FFWP77
type Survey

Return Policy has become an increasingly important area of migration policy. The study examines the implementation of the EU Return Directive in Germany and analyses in how far European rules and standards have influenced return policy in Germany.

Learn German – for the future of your family

Date 8 November 2017
type Flyer

Parents' Integration Course for Immigrants

Elternintegrationskurse für Zuwanderinnen und Zuwanderer

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Digitisation Agenda 2020

Date 27 October 2017
type Booklet

Success stories and future digital projects at the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF).

EMN Bulletin Nr. 20

Date 23 October 2017
type report

A Report from the European Migration Network for the period from July to September 2017

Migration monitoring: Labour migration to Germany Report for the first quarter of 2017

Date 20 October 2017
type Booklet

This brochure contains tables on migration monitoring (as of 31 July 2017).

Freedom of movement monitoring: Migration of EU citizens to Germany First quarter of 2017

Date 20 October 2017
type Booklet

The freedom of movement monitoring of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees reports on the latest developments concerning the immigration and emigration of Union citizens to and from Germany. For this purpose, appropriate evaluations are carried out from the Central Register of Foreigners (AZR).

The Freedom of movement monitoring is only available in german.

"A chequered history" - The story of the South Barracks

Date 18 October 2017
Order number ZEN120FYUMBE
type Flyer

This flyer gives a short impression of the history of the South Barracks.

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Social structure, school attendance and employment of asylum applicants (1st half of 2017)

Date 17 October 2017
type brief analysis

The now ninth edition of the BAMF’s Brief analyses evaluates the data on the social components of adult asylum applicants in the first half of 2017 and provides information on their social structure, school attendance, employment and language knowledge.

Documenting and Establishing Identity in the Migration Process – Challenges and Practices in the German Context

Date 27 September 2017
Order number FFWP76
type Survey

Establishing and documenting identity are central aspects when it comes to asylum, to deportation and to issuance procedures for visa and residence permits. This study describes the methods used, the legal bases, the use and protection of data as well as the societal debates on the topic.

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