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Borders, Asylum, Migration

People want to enter the EU for a variety of reasons and through different channels: reuniting with family, work, business or education but also to escape from political oppression or war.  EU State authorities need to cooperate on border management to keep our borders secure.  They also have a shared responsibility for treating asylum seekers equally throughout the EU. A number of information sharing mechanisms - which include the collection and the exchange of information on non EU citizens - are central to their cooperation on migration and asylum.

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Sep
2023

EDPS Formal comments on technical details for European search portal user profiles

EDPS Formal comments on the draft Commission Implementing Decisions amending Commission Implementing Decisions of 9.11.2021 laying down technical details for European search portal user profiles, pursuant to Article 8(2) of Regulation (EU)2019/817 and pursuant to Article 8(2) of Regulation (EU) 2019/818 of the European Parliament and of the Council

Available languages: German, English, French
28
Jul
2023

Formal comments of the EDPS on the reporting obligations for the border carbon adjustment mechanism during the transitional period

EDPS Formal comments on the draft Commission Implementing Regulation laying down the rules for the application of Regulation(EU) 2023/956 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards reporting obligations for the purposes of the carbon border adjustment mechanism during the transitional period.

8
Feb
2023

EDPS Opinion on the Proposals for Regulations on the collection and transfer of advance passenger information (API)

EDPS Opinion on the Proposals for Regulations on the collection and transfer of advance passenger information (API) 

Available languages: German, English, French