This study, as part of the Korea Returnee Migrant Project, K-HaMi (Korea Happy Migration, 2022-2028) project, was conducted to better understand the expectations and needs of Nepali migrant workers returning from South Korea, with a focus on the challenges they face in reintegration. The study is based on data collected from a survey of 1,441 returnees from South Korea, administered in person and online in late 2023 and four group discussions conducted in person and online to better understand their current situation and the challenges they face, as well as a desk review of existing laws, policies, documents, and datasets related to labor migration, particularly those centered on return and reintegration of Nepali migrant workers.

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