EXTERNAL BORDERS FUND
Grants for training, exchanges and cooperation in the field of asylum, visas, immigration and crossing of external borders. European funding granted to ensure efficient management by the Member States of the flows of persons at the external borders.
|Updated||Amount ?Global budget||Duration||Budget line?Reference code of this programme on "Draft General Budget of the EU for the financial year 2014"||Legal basis?European legal reference for this grant to download|
|05 December 2012||Annual budget: 1.820 million euro||2007-2013||Plus de détails||Plus de détails|
|Updated||Amount ?Global budget||Duration|
|05 December 2012||Annual budget: 1.820 million euro||2007-2013|
|Budget line?Reference code of this programme on "Draft General Budget of the EU for the financial year 2014"||Legal basis?European legal reference for this grant to download|
|Plus de détails||Plus de détails|
This fund is a framework programme, organised in different strands (sub-programmes)
AbstractGrants for training, exchanges and cooperation in the field of asylum, visas, immigration and crossing of external borders.
Does my project meet the priority requirements of this fund?
This programme will be renewed by the new ASYLUM AND MIGRATION fund with an overall budget of 3,869 million euro for 2014-2020. It will support actions addressing all aspects of migration, including asylum, legal migration, integration and the return of irregularly staying non-EU nationals.
Areas concernedPublic Management, Justice - Security,
Who can apply?Local and Regional authorities, Administrations States, Agencies Chambers,
RegionsEuropean Union, European Economic Area, Switzerland,
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