01 April 2019
Those issues include a need for "a more harmonised and effective approach to attract highly skilled workers"; more stringent enforcement of the existing rules; and "information campaigns to raise awareness of the rights and procedures established by the EU legal migration instruments".
New legislation "to tackle the inconsistencies, gaps and other shortcomings identified, so as to simplify, streamline, complete and generally improve EU legislation," is also suggested.
See: Executive summary of the fitness check on EU legislation on legal migration (SWD(2019) 1056 final, pdf)
Further, extensive documentation is available on the European Commission website (link).
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