The problem of regulation of migration policy excites the minds of politicians and researchers for decades, however, over the past five years, the migration issue has not left aside almost any country. The political situation in Asia and Africa has significantly changed the life of Europe. Donor countries, like recipient countries, have found themselves in the cycle of modern migration flows. International migration continues to cover the country with new waves. The inability to limit migration pressures exacerbates international relations among member states and creates differences among leaders who block quick and effective solutions for the return of illegal migrants to their homeland. According to the authors, in order to overcome the migration crisis effectively, it is necessary first of all to take collective actions that will contribute to overcoming contradictions. The relevance of the presented study is not in doubt, due to the fact that the problem of finding effective tools for regulating migration processes does not cease to concern leading politicians and does not leave indifferent the world scientific community.