Regular influx of migrants seeking asylum has been a major drawback of the European Union’s current functioning. In an effort of reformation, proposals amending the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) has been presented in the European Parliament. Issues such as the determination of ‘first country of arrival’, multiple applications by a single applicant, inhumane conditions among others, are cropping up considerably. The new Pact adopts a multi-faceted three- pronged approach: strengthening partnerships, effective border control, and fair regulatory mechanisms. Deliberative discussions on International migration agreements for establishing an effective system is increasing. The new Pact brings up hope and keeps in check the bests interests of the people. Now, only acceptance and further proposals on the Pact matters.