Frontex Risk Analysis Network (FRAN) Quarterly Report

Statistical analysis of quarterly changes of eight irregular-migration indicators and one asylum indicator; provided by MS border-control authorities.

Indicators: Detections of illegal border-crossing between Border Crossing Points (BCPs); Detections of illegal border-crossing at BCPs; detections of suspected facilitators; detections of illegal stay; refusals of entry; asylum applications; detections of false documents; return decisions for illegally staying third-country nationals; returns of illegally staying third-country nationals).

Data is gathered from 31 EU Member State (MS) border-control authorities within the framework of the FRONTEX Risk Analysis Network. Frontex data relies on monthly statistics exchanged among MS through the Frontex Risk Analysis Network (FRAN).


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Additional Info

Dataset ID FRAN-Q
Data Frequency quarterly
Temporal Coverage Start 2012Q1
Status Active
Spatial Coverage European Union
Mode Report
Data Type statistical;indicators
Accessed On 2016-11-24
Category operational data

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