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Eastern Europe fears brain drain

14:59 20/02/2006
A special report for the Chicago Tribune looks at the new EU member states, and the new challenges they face as many of their best and brightest young people immigrate to "old Europe" for better...

UK economy helped by workers from eastern Europe

9:02 09/02/2006
The influx of workers from central and eastern Europe has boosted Britain's economy, relieved skilled shortages and cut unemployment lines, the European Commission says. Britain had reaped the...

Few EU states implementing EU immigration legislation

10:10 24/01/2006
Only five governments have implemented key European immigration legislation aimed at giving rights to non-EU long-term residents. The status of third-country nationals was agreed by EU governments in...

New immigrants to Ireland buying homes

11:47 11/11/2005
Irish nationals prefer to own their own homes, rather than rent. New arrivals to Ireland appear to have the same preference, with one estate agent reporting that non-national buyers represent up to...

New EU countries no longer need Australia transit visas

13:26 28/10/2005
Australia's Acting Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs, John Cobb, today announced that transit without visa (TWOV) privileges will be extended to countries that have...

Immigration figures from new EU member states vary widely

14:17 02/06/2005
Germany's DIW Institute estimates that up to 150,000 people from the ten newest EU member states have immigrated to the older members since May 2004. Economic research group DIW found that more than...

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