Multiple asylum applications linked to secondary movement

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Asylum reforms at EU and Member State level, especially in Northwest Europe, are intending to address secondary movements that lead to multiple asylum applications in different Member States. Member States continue to raise this issue which may affect the direction of the new Commission's priorities and proposals in the first half of 2020. What is the administrative burden of multiple asylum applications. What are the most effective solutions to lessen this burden?