EU and IOM Enhance Georgia’s Border Surveillance Capacities
Return to Georgia during COVID-19
IOM's Migrant Resource Centres
Secure Borders, Safe Migration
Combatting Irregular Migration and Cross-Border Crime
Unfounded asylum applications in the EU/Schengen Area
Short video about the risks for Georgian citizens using irregular means to travel to the Europe and applying for asylum in the EU/Schengen Area!
MIGRANT RESOURCE CENTRES
Visa-free travel for citizens of Georgia to most countries in the EU has become accessible on 28 March 2017. While this is a very positive development in many ways, common misunderstandings may concern the need to document the purpose of travel to EU Member States, even if no visa is required for short-term visits, and the right to work. IOM in Georgia has built up extensive experience in provi...
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is a leading international organization in the field of migration. It was founded in 1951 and operates worldwide. IOM has been working in Georgia since 1993. Together with the European Union, IOM carries out a number of activities in support of state agencies and migrants in Georgia, including strengthening Georgia's border protection capac...