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Integration Measures In France: An Evolving Process Between Integration And Migration Issues

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Since the 1980s, integration issues have become more salient in France due to the transformation of the perception of migration flows. Whereas the integration of third-country nationals movement constitutes the continuation of an ongoing process, the link between integration and migration has never been so tight. Firstly, from an institutional point of view, since the management of integration has become one of the competences of the Minister of Immigration. Secondly, whereas integration has traditionally been considered a question to be dealt with within the host country, the establishment of integration measures to be fulfilled in the country of origin reveals the dual nature of integration. On one hand, it exposes a genuine concern for enhancing the capacity of third-country nationals to acquire the basic minimum for becoming more easily integrated. On the other, it demonstrates the will to link integration measures with the management of migration flows.

Keywords: France policies; French legislation; immigration policies; integration measures; migration policies; third-country nationals



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