Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents

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05752: Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents, by five groups of country background. Urban districts of Oslo (UD) 2004 - 2022

Alice Steinkellner, Statistics Norway
+47 907 29 051
2022-03-07 08:00
Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents:
persons
Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents (per cent):
per cent
Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents:
01.01.
Immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents (per cent):
01.01
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Persons with two foreign born parents. Own, mother's or father's country of birth (not Norway).

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Europe except EU/EFTA/UK and new EU countries after 2004

Eastern Europe consists of:
Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belarus, Kosovo, Croatia, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Northern Macedonia og Ukraina.