Well-developed migrant integration policies are crucial for the integration of asylum seekers and refugees into new host societies. When the numbers of asylum seekers to Europe have increased the past decade, European governments seem to respond by developing better policies that improve integration opportunities for asylum seekers. This study examines how the inflow of asylum seekers to Europe in the period of 2008-2014 have impacted the change in integration policies in a selection of European nation states. Based on data from the European Social Survey, ESS7, including data recovered from the Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX), this study uses a quantitative comparative method to discuss the importance of the subject. Refugee integration is a much-discussed topic within the research field of integration and the discipline of political science. Earlier studies have addressed a broad specter of themes from the conceptualization of integration, to content and consequences of integration policies. This paper aims to discuss how policies change, from a quantitative perspective, in order to face the challenges of an increasing number of asylum seekers in Europe, in the present time, and in future decades to come. The final results of this study show that the inflow of asylum seekers to European countries, has a positive effect on the change in immigrant integration policies.