Today marks the beginning of Austria’s daily limit on the number of migrants it will receive. Against anger from the European Union, Austria has decided it will only open its borders to 80 migrants claiming asylum or 3,200 who are passing through en route to other nations in a single day. Critics of the decision warn that the limited number of migrants allowed to enter Austria will force Slovenia to house a larger amount of migrants than it can afford. Furthermore, Austria’s new migration policy makes many people wary of the European Union’s inability to unite the member states under one policy. Many feel that the lack of EU influence will only lead to more problems in the region due to the migrant crisis.