Romano Toppan, specialist in Cross-cultural Management and Immigrants’ Integration Policies, introduces a very original approach to the current social phenomenon of immigrants’ flows. Dedicated to singer B. Eugene Hütz, who is a fervid supporter of Romani rights, this book addresses regional and local governments dealing with the regulation and management of immigrants’ flows. The first chapter provides in-depth considerations on the four components of an effective approach to immigrants’ integration: first, the constant use of benchmarking about the policies adopted. Secondly, an enlightening analysis of the ‘Paradoxes’ and ‘Improper Myths’ existing in this context. Thirdly, the cross-cultural considerations and guidelines, that are this book’s added value. And finally, the ‘governance’ quality of several countries and regions in Europe, which has been extensively researched. The second chapter presents some exemplary forms of the policies that are being applied on behalf of immigrants, together with an inventory of the policies adopted by four leading European countries (i.e., France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom).