• 1. Introduction
  • 1.1 Background of the study
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  • 1.2 Contents of reports
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  • 1.3 Sources of information
  • 1.4 Executive summary of report A
  • 2. Statistical trends
  • 2.1 Trends in numbers of asylum seekers
  • 2.2 Trends in statuses granted
  • 2.3 Costs incurred in the pre-asylum phase
  • 3. Trends regarding the political atmosphere surrounding foreigners
  • 3.1 Atmosphere surrounding asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants
  • 3.2 Attitudes towards common EU legislation on asylum
  • 4. Patterns in the development of the legal framework and organization of the asylum procedure
  • 4.1 Overall conditions for understanding differences in the pre-asylum phase
  • 4.2 Development in the main legal frameworks governing the pre-asylum phase
  • 4.3 Changes in the asylum procedures
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  • 4.4 Statuses
  • 4.5 Deportation or expulsion
  • 4.6 Concluding remarks
  • 5. Reception conditions for persons seeking protection
  • 5.1 Social rights of asylum seekers compared to rights of ordinary citizens
  • 5.2 Accommodation
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  • 5.3 Access to education
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  • 5.4 Access to health care
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  • 5.5 Means of subsistence
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  • 5.6 Access to the labour market
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  • 6. Rules on detention and restrictions in free movement
  • 6.1 The main use of detention
  • 6.2 Access to appeal
  • 6.3 Decisive authority
  • 6.4 Length of detention
  • 6.5 Other restrictions on free movement
  • 7. Special conditions for certain groups
  • 7.1 Conditions depending on the stage or expected outcome of procedure
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  • 7.2 Differences in treatment between people seeking asylum and those seeking temporary protection
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  • 7.3 Special conditions for vulnerable groups
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  • 8. Extension of legal rights
  • 8.1 Universal rights
  • 8.2 Near-universal rights
  • 8.3 Seldom-granted rights