BG’s average and improving family reunion policies may help to explain these slightly above-average rates, similar to countries with similar policies in Central and Southern Europe.
- Mobile fuck chat rooms adult without sign in
- rules dating vietnamese girls
- ladies of cebu philliopines dating sites
- speed dating in corpus christi tx
- cory chisel and adriel harris dating
Very rough estimates from 2011/2 suggest that general support is only reaching a minority of working-age non-EU citizens.
The EU Labour Force Survey suggests that ¼ may have recently undertaken education or training in BG.
BG (as well as RO) is one of the most restrictive countries in denying all political rights to the small number of non-EU citizens, residing in its territory.
Immigrants have also limited access to health services, with policies that often fail to take their specific health needs into account.
Immigrant integration is still not a priority for the BG government.
Therefore, little has changed since the first MIPEX evaluation of Bulgaria in 2010.Thanks to EU law, most non-EU newcomers can access the labour market and training, reunite with family and secure EU long-term residence, despite some of the persisting gaps in these areas.BG’s strong anti-discrimination laws and body can further contribute to equal treatment for non-EU citizens when practices go against the law, if the state supports their implementation through financial resources.In BG, this rate is slightly higher around 3 newly arrived family member per 100 non-EU residents.This rate is comparable to other Central European countries (CZ, HU, RO, SI, SK) with relatively small and new immigrant populations.Therefore, the government does not invest efforts in developing integration policies responding to the needs of the newcomers and continues to target mainly long-term residents, which have already integrated in the country.