European Immigration


European immigration has been iconic in 21st Century, covering the Schengen (26 countries) and Non Schengen countries.

As a result of the 1985 Schengen Agreement, there is free travel within Europe. Citizens of European Union member states and their families have the right to live and work anywhere within the EU because of EU citizenship but citizens of non-EU or non-EEA states do not have those rights unless they possess the EU Long Term Residence Permit or are family members of EU citizens. Nevertheless, all holders of valid residence permits of a Schengen State have the unrestricted right to travel within the Schengen Area for tourist purposes only, and for up to three months.

Most European countries are becoming more multicultural due to increased immigration. Since 2000 the immigrant populations of many northern and western European countries have more than doubled. However immigration policies vary from country to country. The Nordic countries serve as an example: while Norway and Sweden used to have a generous immigration policy, Denmark and Finland have restricted immigration. The latter have experienced an increase in their immigrant populations between 2000 and 2015 (4.5 percentage points in Denmark and 3.8 in Finland), but this is much less than the drastic relative increase in Norway (9.3) and Sweden (7.0).

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