Recruitment of leukocytes into inflamed tissue is a key component of the immune system. The activation of integrins on leukocytes is required for their recruitment into the inflamed tissue. Btk is a cytoplasmic nonreceptor tyrosine kinase belonging to the Tec-kinase family. It plays a key role in B-cell development and function, and recently published studies revealed important roles of Btk in myeloid cells. Btk might be activated through a variety of receptors leading to activation of integrins as the pivotal element in leukocyte recruitment. This review focuses on the role of Btk in B-lymphocyte homing and in neutrophil recruitment.