The unification of the European Union progresses rapidly. Poland joined the European Union May 1, 2004, which meant that Polish inhabitants were free to migrate across Europe. Due to the Dutch and European legislation the Polish people are allowed to stay and work in the Netherlands without needing additional permits. In fact, their legal status equals that of Dutch natives. This situation creates an influx of Polish workers, also called labor immigrants, to the Netherlands.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|