European Journal of Migration and Law

(The median citation count of European Journal of Migration and Law is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
No Solidarity without Loyalty: Why Do Member States Violate EU Migration and Asylum Law and What Can Be Done?9
Schengen: Quo Vadis?8
Schengen Borders and Multiple National States of Emergency: From Refugees to Terrorism to COVID-197
A Ubiquitous Border for Migrants in Transit and Their Rights: Analysis and Consequences of the Reintroduction of Internal Borders in France6
Citizenship Deprivation as a Counterterrorism Measure in Europe; Possible Follow-Up Scenarios, Human Rights Infringements and the Effect on Counterterrorism6
Migration Crises and the Principle of Solidarity in Times of Sovereignism: Challenges for EU Law and Polity6
Passports for Sale: How (Un)Meritocratic Are Citizenship by Investment Programmes?5
Refashioning the EU Visa Policy: A New Turn of the Screw to Cooperation on Readmission and to Discrimination?4
Consultation of EU Immigration Databases for Law Enforcement Purposes: a Privacy and Data Protection Assessment3
The Pact on Migration and Asylum: Turning the European Territory into a Non-territory?3
Schengen and the Administration of Exclusion: Legal Remedies Caught in between Entry Bans, Risk Assessment and Artificial Intelligence3
‘Free In, Free Out’: Exploring Dutch Firewall Protections for Irregular Migrant Victims of Crime3
Return Sponsorships in the EU’s New Pact on Migration and Asylum: High Stakes, Low Gains2
Silence Is Not (Always) Golden: A Criticism of the ECJ’s Approach towards Integration Conditions for Family Reunification2
Waiting (and Paying) for Godot: Analyzing the Systemic Consequences of the Solidarity Crisis in EU Asylum Law2
Work-Based Pathways to Refugee Protection under EU Law: Pie in the Sky?2
A l’envers: Setting the Stage for a Protective Environment to Deal with ‘Climate Refugees’ in Europe2
Taking Onboard the Issue of Disembarkation2
Connecting the Dots Backwards, What Did Ruiz Zambrano Mean for EU Citizenship and Fundamental Rights in EU Law?2
Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Schengen Borders: Automated Processing, Algorithmic Profiling and Facial Recognition in the Era of Techno-Solutionism2
Labour Immigration Policy in the European Union: How to Overcome the Tension between Further Europeanisation and the Protection of National Interests?2
The “Internal” Dimension of the Safe Country Concept: the Interpretation of the Safe Third Country Concept in the Dublin System by International and Internal Courts2
A Children’s Rights Perspective to Ruiz Zambrano and Chavez-Vilchez: An Examination in Light of Theory, Practice and Child Development Research2
The Recast EU Blue Card Directive: Towards a Level Playing Field to Attract Highly Qualified Migrant Talent to Work in the EU?2
Is Resettlement Still a Durable Solution? An Analysis in Light of the Proposal for a Regulation Establishing a Union Resettlement Framework1
Complementary Pathways as “Genuine and Effective Access to Means of Legal Entry” in the Reasoning of the European Court of Human Rights1
Down the Drain with General Principles of EU Law? The EU-Turkey Deal and ‘Pseudo-Authorship’1
Internal Border Control in the Schengen Area and Health Threats: Any Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic?1
Integration (of Immigrants) in the European Union: A Controversial Concept1
Border Walls, Pushbacks, and the Prohibition of Collective Expulsions: The Case of N.D. and N.T. v. Spain1
Is It Time to Abolish the Substance of EU Citizenship Rights Test?1
EU or UK Child-Sponsored Family Reunification Policy: Who’s Right? Whose Rights?1
Credibility and Testimony in Asylum Procedures with Unaccompanied Refugee Minors1
Ceci n’est pas un contrôle: PNR Data Processing and the Reshaping of Borderless Travel in the Schengen Area1
Schengen, Free Movement and Crises: Links, Effects and Challenges1
Dublin Revisited: Geographic Asymmetry and Corrective Allocation Mechanisms1
Temporary Protection Directive: Testing New Frontiers?1
Resettlement, Populism and the Multiple Dimensions of Solidarity: Lessons from US and Canada1
A Blurred Piece of Jigsaw: On the Status of Jobseekers within the Framework of Directive 2004/381
Strategic Litigation against European Migration Control Policies: The Legal Battleground of the Central Mediterranean Migration Route1
Testing Turkey’s State Capacity: The Syrian Migration Crisis as Catalyst1
The Recast Reception Conditions Directive and the Rights of Asylum Seekers with Disabilities: Opportunities, Challenges and the Quest for Reform1
Protecting the Borders from the Outside0
The Impact of the European Union on Turkey’s Policy of Immigration Detention0
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Invisible Crimes: Accountability for Crimes against Migrants in Libya0
Gaps in Human Rights Law? Detention and Area-Based Restrictions in the Proposed Border Procedures in the EU0
Towards a Statute on European Union Citizenship: A Manifesto0
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Expulsion and Article 20 TFEU: Some Practical and Conceptual Issues0
EU Citizenship Law and Policy. Beyond Brexit, written by Dora Kostakopoulou0
Court of Justice of the European Union (Ninth Chamber), WT v Subdelegación del Gobierno en Guadalajara0
The Unfolding Destiny of Union Citizenship: From a Fundamental Status to a Status of Genuine Substance0
The Protection of Displaced Persons from Ukraine in Portugal0
The EU’s Informal Readmission Agreements with Third Countries on Migration: Effectiveness over Principles?0
Ebbs and Flows of EU Migration Law and Governance: A Critical Assessment of the Evolution of Migration Legislation and Policy in Europe0
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Regularisations of Irregularly Staying Migrants in the EU: A Comparative Legal Analysis of Austria, Germany and Spain, written by Kevin Fredy Hinterberger0
Public Security Revisited0
On ‘Safety’ and EU Externalization of Borders:0
From Rights to Collective Action. A Way Out of Labour Exploitation0
Judicial Review of Immigration Detention in the UK, US and EU. From Principles to Practice, written by Justine N. Stefanelli0
Whose Pathways are They? The Top-Down/Bottom-Up Conundrum of Complementary Pathways for Refugees0
The Human Right to Citizenship – Situating the Right to Citizenship within International and Regional Human Rights Law, written by Barbara von Rütte0
Queer Migration and Asylum in Europe, edited by Richard C.M. Mole0
Adapting to Climate-Related Human Mobility into Europe: Between the Protection Agenda and the Deterrence Paradigm, or Beyond?0
Revisiting Ruiz Zambrano: A Never Ending Story?0
The European Pact on Migration and Asylum: Border Containment and Frontline States0
Evidentiary Value of Forensic Medical Evidence in Asylum Procedures: Where Can the CJEU Bring Light into the Darkness?0
Durable Solution to the Problem of Externally Displaced Persons from the Syrian Arab Republic in OIC Member States0
Rule of Law Challenges of ‘Algorithmic Discretion’ & Automation in EU Border Control0
Resisting International Norm Transfer While Seeking International Recognition – Ukrainian Asylum Lawmaking0
Legislating without Evidence: The Recast of the EU Return Directive0
The Role of Member State Governments in Migration Litigation before the ECJ0
Law and Judicial Dialogue on the Return of Irregular Migrants from the European Union, edited by Madalina Moraru, Galina Cornelisse, Philippe De Bruycker0
African Migration, Human Rights and Literature, written by Fareda Banda0
Fundamental Rights as the Cornerstone of Schengen0
Czech Litigation on Systematic Detention of Asylum Seekers: Ripple Effects across Europe0
Sovereignty-based Arguments and the European Asylum System: Searching for a European Constitutional Moment?0
Complementary Pathways: Pledging Protection at the Edges of EU Law0
Stuck in Greece? Unaccompanied Minors’ Stratified Access to Family Reunification on the Way to Other EU Member States0
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European Free Movement Area – Citizenship and Migration, edited by Ferdinand Wollenschläger0
The EU Returns Agency: The Commissions’ Ambitious Plans and Their Human Rights Implications0
The Readmission of Asylum Seekers under International Law, written by Mariaguilia Giuffré0
Controlling Immigration Through Criminal Law: European and Comparative Perspectives on ‘Crimmigration’, edited by Gian Luigi Gatta, Valsamis Mitsilegas and Stefano Zirulia0
Complementary Pathways in Murky Legal Waters: A Lost Cause or a Light in the End of the Tunnel?0
Non-economic Migrants as Workers: Securing the Right to Work for Asylum Applicants in the EU0
Addressing the Legal Quagmire of Complementary Legal Pathways0
An EU Fundamental Right to Social Assistance in the Host Member State? The CJEU’s Ambivalent Approach to the Free Movement of Economically Inactive Union Citizens Post Dano0
The Criminalisation of Irregular Migration in Europe: Globalisation, Deterrence, and Vicious Cycles, written by Matilde Rosina0