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Immigrants make up a significant proportion of the homeless people in the European Union. They live in severely overcrowded housing or with no access to basic facilities; they might find accommodation in shelters but might be obliged to sleep rough because of limited capacity in night shelters or because of limitations linked to their residence status. FEANTSA draws the attention of European and national policy-makers on several issues that immigrants as well as service providers have to deal with in order to ensure adequate accommodation to all.

FEANTSA Position: Homelessness Among Immigrants in the EU - A Homeless Service Providers' Perspective