The study aimed to explore the national policies and practices in Lithuania to attract and retain third-country national students. It examined the incentives in place at national level to encourage international students to study in Lithuania and to stay on in Lithuania following graduation.
This study aims at analysing the impact of EU rules on return - including the Return Directive and related case law from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) - on Lithuanian return policies and practices and hence on the effectiveness of return decisions issued across the EU.
Building on the information that is already available, the aim of this study is to map and analyse the measures in place at the Lithuanian national level to fight the illegal employment of third-country nationals, possible problematic areas and obstacles in this field and strategies and good practices to overcome them.
This research presents the first foreigners', transferred accordingly to the EU programs, experiences while living in Lithuania. The analysis showed that successful migrant integration requires policymakers to find new solutions, especially in the areas of temporary housing provision, Lithuanian language teaching and work opportunities.