The European Union is exerting a growing influence on the systems of international protection and reception. Between 1999 and 2005, several legislative measures were taken to harmonise international protection within the European Union, and financial solidarity between the Member States was strengthened through the creation of specific funds. 

Fedasil is increasingly investing in the different developments at European level, which influences the competences of the Agency. This concerns, first of all, reception, voluntary return, and support for reintegration of refugees in the country of origin, or resettlement. At international level, collaboration with, on the one hand, other European countries and, on the other hand, return and transit countries, has been extended. 

Europeanization and internationalisation are a growing component of Fedasil's budget, and the share of European funding increases regularly.