There are two answers to your question.
First of all, I can't speak on behalf of EU member states because visa applications and visas—and that would be for any kind of third-country person outside of the EU who has applied for a visa and is travelling to the EU—are the prerogative of the EU member states individually.
Although we have the Schengen system and therefore travelling between the EU member states is easy, the person deciding to apply to travel to one specific country, and that country's embassy, whatever it would be, would take that forward. What kind of answer that member state would give when the application process is over is still the responsibility of that country. I don't have a good answer to that.
As it concerns the migrants of all kinds arriving and already being in the territory of the EU, we are doing our best to make sure that the processing of their requests is done in the shortest possible time.
One example of that is the number of EU staff I mentioned. The European border security agency will have 10,000 people—that is, 10,000 additional people will be sent as help, if required, to any EU member state who might face very challenging environments. It is basically the mobilization of border guard capacity all over the EU. If in any of the countries there is a spare capacity, it might be sent to that country to help tackle the problems as they arise. That would help registration and processing.