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International migration policies

Government views and priorities

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This report provides an overview of Government views and policies on international migration for 196 countries, including all 193 Member States, and three non-member States of the United Nations. The report describes Government views and policy intentions related to immigration and emigration, and how these have evolved over time with changing international migration patterns.

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Preface

The report International Migration Policies: Government Views and Priorities delineates Governments’ views and policies concerning international migration for 196 countries, including all 193 Member States of the United Nations, one Observer State (the Holy See) and two non-member States (Niue and Cook Islands). This report provides information on levels and trends in international migration, policies to influence the level of immigration, policies to promote immigration of highly skilled workers, policies to foster the integration of migrants into the host society, including naturalization policies, and other policies designed by Governments in countries of origin, such as policies on emigration, acceptance of dual citizenship, policies to encourage the return of citizens, and measures to promote involvement of diaspora in countries of origin. The report also discusses issues related to irregular migration, human trafficking and refugees.

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