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The introduction program for newly arrived foreign nationals is an integration policy measure that all Norwegian municipalities are obliged to offer newly arrived refugees and their family reunifications in accordance with the Introduction Act (Act of 4 July 2003 no. 80).
Unaccompanied minor refugees are children and young people who arrived in Norway before turning 18 without their parents or anyone with parental responsibility for them, and who applied for asylum and were granted residence in Norway on this basis.
The main purpose of this report is to conduct a descriptive study of whether the Norwegian language test results have implications on labour market participation among former participants in the introduction programme.