Mixed migration has become a pattern in several regions across the globe, including Europe. Mixed migration refers to flows of various groups of people—such as economic migrants, refugees, asylum-seekers, stateless persons, trafficked persons, and unaccompanied children—who travel the same route and use the same modes of transportation (see text box). Sometimes termed irregular migrants, such individuals do not have the required documentation such as passports and visas, and may use smugglers and unauthorized border crossings.
Date of Report: July 17, 2015
Order Number: IF10259
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