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This study was undertaken to estimate some aspects of the net fiscal impact of EU migrants in four EU countries Austria, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The report outlines the role of Fiscal Impact of EU Migrants in Selected Countries migrants from EU countries as participants in the labour market, as taxpayers and as benefit recipients also. The fiscal contribution of EU foreigners has increased substantially in the past several years. Compared to 2009, inn 2013 EU migrants paid 31% more in direct taxes as their wages increased and more EU workers found employment opportunities in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK. As migration accelerated, EU foreigners also paid 44% more on indirect taxes, as they spent more onconsumer purchases. EU foreigners in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK received 35% more benefits than they did in 2009, due to the overall expansion of the welfare state in addition to the inflow of EU migrants.
This presentation outlines a tri-city project aimed to improve the information that EU migrants have about their right to access special non-contributory benefits.
The AIRE Centre is excited to announce the start of a new project funded by the European Commission on 'Special Non-Contributory Benefits for EU Migrants. In collaboration with FLAC (Free Legal Advice Centre, Dublin) and Lize Glass (legal consultant and former AIRE intern, Amsterdam) and with the support of our new Skadden fellow Sarah St. Vincent, the project aims to improve the information that EU migrants have about their right to access special non-contributory benefits.
This book examines intra-European Union migration in the cities of Amsterdam, London and Brussels.
Decree of 24 April 2006 amending the Foreigners Act 2000, with reference to Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States (Foreigners Decree 2006), as amended.
Dutch decree of 23 November 2000 implementing the Foreigners Act 2000 together with the Foreigners Decree 2006.
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