The operation started at 8 a.m. local time (07:00 GMT) in the 19th district of Paris, the BFMTV reported.
According to the French broadcaster, the police divide the migrants into two groups with the first group comprised of those who have no official documents for asylum, and the second one — legal asylum seekers.
Special transport was organized to transfer those migrants who did not possess documents to a police station.
Those migrants who have the documents to prove their refugee status are said to be able to return to the camp after the end of the operation.
Earlier in the day, BFMTV reported that Paris authorities had launched evacuation of migrants from the camp.
In September, forced evacuation resulted in relocating some 1,400 migrants from the camp at the Stalingrad metro station.
On Saturday, French President Francois Hollande promised to evacuate all the refugee camps in France, following the start of the Calais camp dismantling on October 24.