Migration is at the heart of the contemporary EU. This book addresses the two key questions that underpin EU responses to migration policy. Firstly, the efforts to control immigration and secondly, the chances for inclusion of migrants and their descendants. Andrew Geddes provides detailed analysis of the EU's free movement framework, of the development of co-operation on immigration and asylum policy, of the mobilisation by groups seeking to represent migrant's interests in EU decision-making, and of the interface between migration, welfare and the EU's social dimension. This innovative and original analysis of the Europeanisation of immigration policy is essential reading for scholars of European integration, the politics of immigration and the prospects for social inclusion and citizenship at EU level.