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  • Immigrants – what we know and don’t know

    In the ten years up to 2013, the number of immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents has more than doubled. This strong growth is due to the increase in labour immigration from the new EU member states in East Europe. We have learned a gr...

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  • Population

    Population growth in 2014 similar to 2013

    population, inhabitants, mean population, increase in population, marital status (for example married, single, divorced)

    Statistics
  • Families and households

    Increase in number of households

    household types (for example living alone, couples with/without children), private households, household size, family types (for example married couples with/without children, mother/father with children, cohabitants with children), single, parents' cohabitation arrangements, single parents, step parents, siblings (e.g. brother/sister, half brother/sister and step brother/sister), only child.

    Statistics
  • Attitudes towards immigrants and immigration 2014

    Reports 2014/39

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  • Attitudes towards immigrants and immigration

    Greater willingness to receive refugees

    refugees, asylum seekers, labour immigration

    Statistics
  • Early marriage – same background

    Eight out of ten Norwegian-born to immigrant parents who married for the first time in the period 1990-2012 chose a partner who also had an immigrant background. Couples with the same immigrant background tend to get married at a younger age than ...

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  • More children, but fewer per woman

    An increasing number of children born in Norway - and a quarter of all children born in 2012 – have a mother who is an immigrant. Nevertheless, fertility among most groups of immigrant women in Norway has decreased over time.This article was first...

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  • Status Analysis on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS)

    Documents 2014/41

    The Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) agenda has a wide scope. It covers the registration of vital events, like births, marriages and deaths, and the use of this to produce statistics.

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  • Nordic statistical yearbook 2014

    Nordic Statistical Yearbook 2014 is a reference book containing comprehensive and easily accessible statistics of various aspects of social life in the five Nordic countries, i.e. Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. In addition data are ...

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  • Population and population changes

    Population growth in 3rd quarter still high

    inhabitants, population growth, births, deaths, immigration, emigration, in-migration, out-migration, excess of births, mean population, population changes, population, net migration

    Statistics
  • Immigrants in Norway, Sweden and Denmark

    Sweden has by far the most immigrants in Scandinavia, particularly refugees, both in absolute terms and in relation to the size of the population. Labour immigration from the EU has been relatively greater in Norway than in Sweden and Denmark. The...

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  • Population of Svalbard

    More than one in five in Norwegian settlements are foreigners

    population, settlements (Norwegian, Russian and Polish), in-migration, out-migration, period of residence, births, deaths

    Statistics
  • This is Norway 2014

    In "This is Norway", Statistics Norway presents statistics on a range of areas in Norwegian society in a user-friendly manner.

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  • Immigrants by reason for immigration

    Labour immigration remains high despite fall

    reason for immigration (for example work, refugee, family reunification), refugees, immigration background, non-Nordic citizens, country background, year of immigration, principal applicants, resettlement refugees, quota refugees, asylum cases, asylum seekers, family reunification, marriage establishment

    Statistics
  • Immigration regulation - StatRes

    Processing time shortened for asylum seekers

    work permit, residence permit, deportation, visa, family immigration, places in reception centres, requests for decision reversals, complaints, returns, Norwegian Directorate of Immigration, UDI, Norwegian Immigration Appeals Board, UNE, refugee reception centres, asylum cases, processing time.

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