• EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 1 INTRODUCTION
  • 1.1 Background to the proposals
  • 1.2 Method of approach
  • 1.3 Report structure
  • 1.4 Glossary
  • 2 PROBLEM ASSESSMENT
  • 2.1 Introduction
  • 2.2 Illegal migration
  • 2.3 The scale and ‘costs’ of bona fide cross EU border movements
  • 2.4 Terrorism, serious crime and cross border movements
  • 2.5 The challenges of economic migration
  • 3 POLICY OBJECTIVES AND OTHER ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
  • 3.1 Introduction
  • 3.2 Policy objectives
  • 3.3 Other relevant criteria
  • 4 THE POLICY OPTIONS
  • 4.1 Introduction
  • 4.2 Policy option 1 Status Quo
  • 4.3 Policy option 2 Entry/exit system
  • 4.4 Policy option 3 Measures to facilitate cross-border flows (Registered Traveller Programme and Automated Border Control)
  • 4.5 Policy option 4 Obligation on TCN to confirm their return to country of origin or Bond/taxscheme for TCN migrants
  • 5 COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF POLICY OPTIONS
  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Policy option 1 The Status Quo
  • 5.3 Policy Option 2 Entry/exit system
  • 5.4 Policy option 3 Measures to facilitate cross-border flows (Registered Traveller Programme and Automated Border Control)
  • 5.5 Policy option 4 Obligation on TCN to confirm their return to country of origin or Bond/taxscheme for TCN migrants
  • 5.6 Comparative assessment
  • 5.7 The preferred option
  • 6 ELABORATION OF THE PREFFERED OPTION
  • 6.1 Introduction
  • 6.2 European value added, proportionality and subsidiarity
  • 6.3 Costs and resources required
  • 6.4 Legislative implications
  • 6.5 Measures to ensure effectiveness
  • 6.6 Measures to ensure data protection and protection of rights of travellers
  • 6.7 Phasing
  • 6.8 Key risks, assumptions and aspects of feasibility
  • 7 MONITORING AND EVALUATION