Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents

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05183: Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents, by sex and country background 1970 - 2022

Alice Steinkellner, Statistics Norway
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2022-03-07 08:00
Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents:
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Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents:
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The immigrant population includes persons with two foreign-born parents and grandparents. More precisely: Persons with no parent or grandparents born in Norway. The figures are rounded off. When figures are aggregated to continents and country groups the sum may differ some from the actual figures.

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Serbia and Montenegro

The name changed from Yugoslavia to Serbia and Montenegro 14 February 2003.