DanubeCompass helps migrants in eight European countries

Fancy working, doing business, living and studying in the Danube Region? DRIM explains how to…

Whether you are immigrating for work, study or family unification to the Danube Region, thousands of issues keeping you on alert because of the new environment, lack of information or opportunities to share and consult your immigration case.

For ease of use, DRIM is straight of information and advice provided free of charge on danubecompass.org.

DRIM’s aim is to alleviate bureaucratic procedures or lack of information on the processing of your life situations as an immigrant – a worker, a student, a researcher, a businessman, or a family member in Slovakia, Slovenia, Austria, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Germany and Serbia.

Welcome to DRIIIIM danubecompass.org

Who produced the Compass:
Interreg Danube Transnational Programme

Austria: GS gain&sustain, Caritas Academy of Diocese Graz-Seckau
Czech Republic: SPF group
Croatia: Centre for Peace Studies
Germany: the City of Munich, Department of Labour and Economic Development, Local Employment and Qualification Policy
Hungary: Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency
Serbia: Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights – YUCOM
Slovakia: Institute of Ethnology, Slovak Academy of Sciences
Slovenia: Slovenian Migration Institute ZRC SAZU, Employment Service of Slovenia




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