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E-Migrate Project for Smooth Emigration Process

The e-Migrate Project aims to transform the emigration into simple, transparent, orderly and humane economic process. It would result in significant improvement in the quality of services to emigrant workers since it would simplify different processes in the emigration cycle and improve effectiveness. The e-Migrate Project would provide a complete and comprehensive electronic platform linking all the stakeholders with minimum human intervention and automatic implementation of the emigration process (as required under the Emigration Act, 1983), with real time access to relevant information and data to all concerned. This project would, to a great extend, help reduce corruption, malpractices and irregular migration and thereby facilitate legal and orderly migration. 

The primary objectives of the Project are: 

(i) To design and implement processes and application for emigration ecosystem. 

(ii) To bring changes and technology that result in significant improvement in delivery of emigration services. 

(iii) To introduce systems that simplify different processes in the emigration cycle. 

(iv) To establish interfaces among key stakeholders. 

The project involves full automation of Protector of Emigrant offices & Protector General of Emigrant office, phased interlinking with recruiting agents, employers, immigration counters, Indian missions abroad, insurance companies etc and integration of labour market information with policy decisions through appropriate Management Information System. The project would develop integrated modules on recruiting agent system, emigration clearance system, immigration control system, complaint management system, Recruiting Agent rating system and the contract attestation system. Identity cards would be issued to the emigrants under the project after examining all pros and cons to ensure that the benefits are commensurate with the cost to the emigrant. 



Source : Press Information Bureau

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