As the world continues to transform rapidly into a global village, national governments and international organizations are putting keen interest and attention to issues and challenges of international migration. Pakistan is one of the world’s leading exporters of manpower and labour. Overseas employment is key in combating unemployment, reducing poverty, and remittances sent by migrants are also essential in boosting the economy. However, a significant issue is the low skill level of majority of the migrants who are unskilled or semi-skilled due to illiteracy in the country. Another issue is concentrated trend of migration towards Gulf States which has witnessed significant decline in recent years. In this context, the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services, in collaboration with the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), hosted a parliamentary roundtable discussion on “Migration from Pakistan: Facts, Challenges, and avenues.” The report encapsulates an intellectual debate on the issues confronting migrants in particular among key stakeholders, including parliamentarians and respective government department, on how to strengthen parliamentarians’ role in parliamentary oversight of migration issues. It contains a set of recommendations by the participants to ensure safe migration and the protection of migrants from all forms of abuse and exploitation abroad.