National Contact Points

EMN National Contact Points (EMN NCPs) are appointed in each Member State and Norway (with the exception of Denmark who has observer status). EMN NCPs, which have been designated by their Member State government, consist primarily of ministries of interior and of justice, research institutes, non-governmental organisations and national offices of international organisations.

  • Austria (AT):  International Organization for Migration Country Office for Austria
  • Belgium (BE):  Federal Public Service – Home Affairs / Office of the Commissioner General for Refugees and Stateless Persons / Federal Migration Centre Myria / Federal Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers
  • Bulgaria (BG): Migration Directorate, Ministry of Interior / State Agency for Refugees / Ministry of Labour and Social Policy
  • Croatia (HR): Ministry of Interior
  • Cyprus (CY): Asylum Service and Civil Registry & Migration Department, Ministry of Interior /  Aliens and Immigration Unit,  Cyprus Police Department
  • Czech Republic (CZ): Department for Asylum and Migration Policy, Ministry of the Interior
  • Denmark (DK): Division for International Cooperation on Migration, Ministry of Justice
  • Estonia (EE): Institute of Internal Security, Estonian Academy of Security Sciences
  • Finland (FI): Legal Service and Country Information Unit, Finnish Immigration Service
  • France (FR): Department of Statistics, Studies and Documentation, Directorate-General for Foreign Nationals in France, Ministry of Interior
  • Germany (DE): Federal Office for Migration and Refugees
  • Greece (EL): EU and International Migration Policies Unit, Directorate General for Migration Policy, General Secretariat for Migration Policy, Reception and Asylum, Ministry of Migration and Asylum
  • Hungary (HU): Department of European Cooperation, Ministry of Interior
  • Ireland (IE): Economic and Social Research Institute
  • Italy (IT): Department for Civil Liberties and Immigration of the Central, Directorate for Immigration and Asylum Policies, Ministry of the Interior
  • Latvia (LV): Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs, Ministry of Interior
  • Lithuania (LT): International Organization for Migration Vilnius 
  • Luxembourg (LU): University of Luxembourg
  • Malta (MT): Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security
  • The Netherlands (NL): Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) Research and Analysis Department, Ministry of Justice and Security
  • Norway (NO): Ministry of Justice and Public Security / Norwegian Directorate of Immigration
  • Poland (PL): Department for Migration Policy and Analysis, Ministry of Interior and Administration
  • Portugal (PT): Immigration and Border Service, Ministry of Internal Affairs
  • Romania (RO): Research, Analyses and Prognosis Center, Romanian Immigration Office
  • Slovak Republic (SK): International Organization for Migration in Bratislava / Ministry of Interior / Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family / Statistical Office.
  • Slovenia (SI): Ministry of the Interior
  • Spain (ES): Deputy General Directorate for Legal Affairs of the Directorate General for Migration, General Secretariat for Immigration and Emigration, Secretariat of State for Migration
  • Sweden (SE): Swedish Migration Board
  • United Kingdom (UK): Migration & Border Analysis Unit, UK Home Office