"This beautifully crafted comparative analysis skilfully combines structural factors and migrants' agency in its approach. The result is a rich depiction of the life trajectories of Senegambian migrants arriving to Europe in search of a future."
-- Francisco Javier Moreno Fuentes, Research Fellow, Spanish National Research Council, Madrid
“Carefully prepared qualitative fieldwork and clearly written research results make this comparative case study highly useable. Inge van Nieuwenhuyze contributes great value to the European literature in the field of contemporary migration and post-migration dynamics.”
-- Marco Martiniello, Director of the Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies, University of Liège and FRS-FNRS
“This book offers fascinating and very readable insight into how undocumented immigrants into Europe manage to access labour and housing markets, along with the varying migrant situations and experiences between countries.”
-- Chris Hamnett, Professor of Geography, King’s College London