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The “Analysis of Armenian Migration Legislation and Practice as Compared to EU Standards” was conducted by the IOM under the auspices of the Armenian Ministry of Justice and aims to study if and how the national legislation on migration is aligned with EU legislation.
International Migration Law N°29 - Laws for Legal Immigration in the 27 EU Member StatesVolume 2 (Armenian)
International Migration Law N°29 - “Laws for Legal Immigration in the 27 EU Member States.
Processing Readmission Cases in Armenia: Guide and Training Materials for Officials of the State Bodies Mandated to Process Readmission Cases (Armenian)
Presented in orderly fashion, this manual contains useful information on the readmission process, as well as detailed references to the Agreement signed between the Republic of Armenia and the European Union on 19 April 2013. The manual also spells out individual articles of the Agreement,... Read More
The study is the final product of the comprehensive review of migration management in the Republic of Armenia, which was initiated by the Government of the Republic of Armenia and conducted by the International Organization for Migration and the Swedish Migration Board.
This compilation summarises the most relevant EU acquis documents relating to migration. It provides an overview of the relevant legislation and policy developments. The EU acquis concerning the short-term entry and admission and departure of third-country nationals is determined to a large extent... Read More
The Report follows up on recent reforms of migration management in Armenia and is an update on the 2008 Review of Migration Management in Armenia.
Thе guide is aimed to inform temporary migrants about their rights and obligations in Sweden, about the threats of labour exploitation and possible trafficking in humans.
The research studies and assesses irregular migration in Armenia with a focus in immigration, which makes it the first such study. The methodology included desk review, qualitative interviews and survey among immigrants.