The Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) provides funding for actions in the field of asylum, legal migration and integration, return and countering irregular migration.
Aims & Objectives
AMIF aims to:
- strengthen and develop all aspects of the common European asylum system, including its external dimension
- support legal migration to the Member States, including by contributing to the integration of third-country nationals
- contribute to countering irregular migration and ensuring effectiveness of return and readmission in third countries
- enhance solidarity and responsibility sharing between the Member States, in particular towards those most affected by migration and asylum challenge
What does it support?
It funds actions which:
- contribute to strengthening the Common European Asylum System
- strengthen and develop legal migration to the Member States in line with their economic and social needs
- support the effective integration and social inclusion of third country nationals
- contribute to the fight against irregular migration.
Who can apply?
- State and federal authorities
- Local public bodies
- Non-governmental organisations
- Humanitarian organisations
- Private and public law companies
- Education and research organisations
Especially organisations that work directly with or provide support to:
- Third Country Nationals (Citizens of non-EU countries who are legally resident in Ireland)
- Eligible Asylum Seekers.
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€9.9 billion over 7 years.
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National Contact Point in Ireland
The Funds Administration Unit of the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth (DCEDIY) is the responsible authority for AMIF in Ireland.
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