EMN studies provide a comparative analysis of topics of immediate interest to policymakers and other stakeholders related to migration and asylum in the EU. Policy relevant study topics are selected from proposals made by individual or groups of EMN NCPs and/ or the European Commission. EMN studies are elaborated in accordance with uniform specifications in order to achieve comparable results EU-wide. With the help of an external service provider, the European Commission publishes a Synthesis Report summarizing the main findings from the studies prepared by the National Contact Points.

Integration of Beneficiaries of International/Humanitarian Protection Into the Labour Market: Policies and Good Practices

In Section 1, the Study will describe the regulations regarding the employment possibilities of the Target group. In Section 2, the Study will explicate the details of the integration policy of Hungary. In Section 3, the Study will examine the details of the integration process. In Section 4, the Study will acquaint the available data regarding the employment of the Target group.

Admitting Third-Country Nationals for Business Purposes

The study addresses policy frameworks and legal conditions for entry and stay of third-country nationals choosing to enter and to stay in Hungary for business purposes. The study in particular introduces the Hungarian national schemes and legal provisions concerning three target groups: immigrant investors, immigrant business owners and other business persons.

Good Practices in the Return and Reintegration of Irregular Migrants: Member States’ Entry Ban Policy and Use of Readmission Agreements between Member States and Third Countries

Migration challenges in Europe have reached a scale and complexity that can only be addressed by countries concerted action. Indeed, return migration is a key issue on the agenda of national and international policymakers around the world because of its impact on all countries. This paper provides an opportunity to explore and discuss the means by which return can be managed focusing on entry ban.

Policies, Practices and Data on Unaccompanied Minors

The methodology was based on desk research: analysis of asylum and immigration decisions and relevant legislation, interviews and written consultations with national stakeholders as well as analysis of existing studies/researches in the field of unaccompanied minors (hereinafter as ‘UAM’ or ‘UAMs’).

The Use of Detention and Alternatives to Detention in the Context of Immigration Policies

The aim of this study is to present the use of third-county nationals detention and alternatives to the detention in the context of the Hungarian immigration policies. The study provides information about the relevant legislation, the detention centres and asylum detention centres of Hungary, the legal grounds of detention, detention of vulnerable groups, the prolongation of the detention, the time of detention and the conclusions on them, doing this thought the examination of relevant legislation, actual statistical data and studies.

Attracting Highly Qualified and Qualified Third-Country Nationals

The present study is focused on outlining the sporadic policy elements and concrete practical measures in Hungary that aim to attract highly qualified third-country nationals. The paper enlightens the marginal role of (highly qualified) third-country nationals played in the Hungarian labour market, sketches the reasons for that, and evaluating the challenges for labour market (especially the low efficiency and the distinctly increasing emigration trends) foreshadows the future and calls for a change in focus of labour policy. Furthermore, in the light of recent developments the study analyses the role of migration of wealthy investors as a creative way to secure an injection of capital into the struggling Hungarian economy following the global debt crisis and the ongoing austerity measures.

The Organisation of Reception Facilities for Asylum Seekers in different Member States

The aim of this study is to present the organisation of reception of persons seeking international protection, including the quality of the reception facilities, the effectiveness and costs of reception and the conclusions on them, doing this throughout the examination of relevant legislation, actual statistical data and reports. Besides, it draws attention to the shortcomings on the reception of persons seeking recognition, and makes recommendations on increasing the quality of reception conditions in the future.