The UK has successfully attracted international students for years, but could new visa restrictions be about to make them look elsewhere? | Photo: Chris Radburn / PAWire / picturealliance
Migrants waiting with their papers to get a transit permission to pass through North Macedonia | Photo: EPA/Georgi Licovski
Labor Minister Heil (l) and Interior Minister Faeser (r) presented the proposed bill to the Cabinet Wednesday | Photo: Jens Krick/Flashpic/picture alliance
The agricultural sector in Italy relies heavily on foreign workers, such as during tomato harvesting season, seen here in Puglia | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/FRANCO CAUTILLO
From file: Rescue efforts continue in the Turkish city of Diyarbakir on February 8, 2023 | Photo: Sertac Kayar/Reuters
The city of Antakya in the Hatay province was struck particularly hard | Photo: Hussein Malla / AP Photo / picture alliance
Devastation after the earthquake in Kahramanmaras, Turkey, February 10, 2023 | Photo: Reuters
Turkish citizens affected by the earthquakes need to produce a valid passport and other documents to be eligible for the fast-track visas | Photo: picture alliance
Austrian border authorities have noted a drop irregular crossings
Despite being EU member states, Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia are not part of the Schengen zone | Photo: Udo Herrmann/CHROMORANGE/picture alliance
The new rules will make it easier to get citizenship in the country. | Photo: Maksym Yemelyanov/Zoonar/picture alliance
Refugees often have to pay smugglers up to $3,000 to reach their final destination | Photo: Darko Vojinovic/dpa/AP/picture alliance