This chapter examines the impact of the collective securitization of terrorism in the EU on the EU’s policy towards asylum-seekers and refugees. As mentioned in the review of the existing literature at the beginning of this book, several scholars have claimed that linkages between asylum, migration and terrorism were made in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001. This indicates that there may have been spill-over effects from the issue of terrorism to that of asylum, which are worth investigating in greater detail. More precisely, given that terrorism was collectively securitized in the EU after 9/11 as argued by Kaunert and Léonard (2019), it is necessary to investigate whether refugees and asylum-seekers in the EU may have been securitized through association with terrorists.