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We advance bi-national link-tracing sampling design, an innovative data collection methodology for sampling from so-called "transnational social fields", i.e. transnational networks embedding migrants, returned migrants and non-migrants. This paper describes our contributions to this methodology and its empirical implementation, and evaluates the features of the resulting networks (sample), with the aim to guide future research. We performed 303 face-to-face structured interviews ondoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0253042 pmid:34125853 pmcid:PMC8202912 fatcat:w2zrkxgnzbgzhofza6edgm6ike