This report was drafted in the framework of the project titled “ASSESS Integration of Vulnerable Migrants”, which aims to monitor and assess the effectiveness of integration measures for three groups of vulnerable migrants: women, children and trafficked persons. The report was produced in the second phase of the project and its aim is to review legal and policy provisions for third country national (TCN) women, children migrants and victims of trafficking (VoTs), and construct integration indicators for the above groups using available data sources. This task proved to be challenging for several reasons. The small number of migrants in Hungary results in a lack of statistical data about migrants in population surveys. Thus, producing integration indicators from available databases is problematic, if not impossible. Another challenge is the discrepancy between the legal and policy provisions and the actual experience of migrants. Therefore, we decided to depart from the original methodology to some extent and extend our research beyond policy and stakeholders’ analysis and bring the views of TCN migrants into the research by interviewing them about their personal experiences of the integration process and the difficulties they had to face.