European Journal of Migration and Law

(The TQCC of European Journal of Migration and Law is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
No Solidarity without Loyalty: Why Do Member States Violate EU Migration and Asylum Law and What Can Be Done?9
A Ubiquitous Border for Migrants in Transit and Their Rights: Analysis and Consequences of the Reintroduction of Internal Borders in France6
Schengen Borders and Multiple National States of Emergency: From Refugees to Terrorism to COVID-196
International Delegation and Agency in the Externalization Process of EU Migration and Asylum Policy: the Role of the IOM and the UNHCR in Niger6
Schengen: Quo Vadis?6
Migration Crises and the Principle of Solidarity in Times of Sovereignism: Challenges for EU Law and Polity5
Exploring the Links between Residence and Social Rights for Economically Inactive EU Citizens5
Citizenship Deprivation as a Counterterrorism Measure in Europe; Possible Follow-Up Scenarios, Human Rights Infringements and the Effect on Counterterrorism4
Passports for Sale: How (Un)Meritocratic Are Citizenship by Investment Programmes?4
Refashioning the EU Visa Policy: A New Turn of the Screw to Cooperation on Readmission and to Discrimination?3
EU Citizens, Foreign Family Members and European Union Law3
EU Citizens, Residence Rights and Solidarity in the Post-Dano/Alimanovic Era in Germany3
Consultation of EU Immigration Databases for Law Enforcement Purposes: a Privacy and Data Protection Assessment3
‘Free In, Free Out’: Exploring Dutch Firewall Protections for Irregular Migrant Victims of Crime3
A l’envers: Setting the Stage for a Protective Environment to Deal with ‘Climate Refugees’ in Europe2
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
Transforming Migrants into ‘Real’ Citizens — EU Citizenship and Some Unfulfilled Promises2
Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Schengen Borders: Automated Processing, Algorithmic Profiling and Facial Recognition in the Era of Techno-Solutionism2
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
Policies of Refugee Settlement and Integration in Europe: the Cases of Portugal and Finland2
Schengen and the Administration of Exclusion: Legal Remedies Caught in between Entry Bans, Risk Assessment and Artificial Intelligence2
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
A Children’s Rights Perspective to Ruiz Zambrano and Chavez-Vilchez: An Examination in Light of Theory, Practice and Child Development Research2
Work-Based Pathways to Refugee Protection under EU Law: Pie in the Sky?2