Asylum Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF)
The Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) was set up for the period 2014-2020.
It will promote the efficient management of migration flows and the implementation, strengthening and development of a common Union approach to asylum and immigration.
The AMIF fund will contribute to the achievement of four specific objectives:
Strengthening and developing the Common European Asylum System by ensuring that EU legislation in this field is efficiently and uniformly applied.
2. Legal migration & integration
Supporting legal migration to EU States in line with the labour market needs and promoting the effective integration of non-EU nationals.
Enhancing fair and effective return strategies, which contribute to combating irregular migration, with an emphasis on sustainability and effectiveness of the return process.
Making sure that EU States which are most affected by migration and asylum flows can count on solidarity from other EU States.
The Fund establishes a financial solidarity mechanism to support the efforts of Member States to improve the management of return in all its dimensions through the use of the concept of integrated return management, with a preference to voluntary return and with a view to supporting a fair and effective implementation of common standards on return.
The Fund will also support joint return actions including several Member States.
Call for applications
With regard to the Return objective (above), Ireland is now inviting proposals for projects to be supported through the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF).
|AMIF application form (PDF 430KB)|
|AMIF application guidelines (PDF 240KB)|
|Notice | Extension of call for applications 2016 (PDF 60KB)|
Postal address for applications
Send your completed application form in hard copy to:
Asylum Migration and Integration Fund
Repatriation (Arrangements) Unit
Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service
Department of Justice and Equality
13 - 14 Burgh Quay
The closing date for applications is 12pm on Thursday 15 December 2016.
Information meetings for applicants will take place in the Department's offices in Burgh Quay shortly after applications have been received and analysed.