More asylum seekers, fewer following relatives in Q1Articles
In Q1 2018, 4.2 thousand asylum seekers and 2.1 thousand following family members were registered in the Netherlands.
11 percent of asylum status holders in workArticles
Out of the asylum seekers who obtained a residence permit in 2014, 11 percent were in work after 30 months; 84 percent of status holders were benefit recipients.
Out of the starting blocks - A summaryPublications
Cohort study on asylum migrants who arrived in the Netherlands between Jan. 2014 and July 2017.
Refugee selected in first instance by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and...
A written request to be recognised as a refugee under the 1951 Geneva Convention.
An asylum seeker, residence permit holder or invited refugee who is registered in a municipal population...
Family reunion still main reason for immigrationArticles
Family reunion is still the main reason for migration, but labour and asylum are rising.
Most Syrian asylum seekers have housingArticles
Many Syrians and Eritreans have a residence permit and housing, but most depend on social welfare.
Fewer asylum seekers compared to 2014 and 2015Articles
In total 2,085 people registered as asylum seekers or following family members in the Netherlands in July.
Most immigrants now come from SyriaArticles
Immigration from Syria has risen since the end of 2015.
Fewer asylum seekers, different nationalitiesArticles
In March this year 1,675 individuals were registered as asylum seekers or family members
Asylum requests; citizenship, sex and age 2007-2016Figures
Total asylum requests and first asylum requests citizenship, sex and age
Population growth fuelled by immigrationArticles
On the basis of provisional population data over 2015, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reports that the Dutch population increased by 79 thousand to 16.9 million residents. Last year’s population growth was fuelled by a net migration gain of 56 thousand.
Last year's inflow asylum seekers into EU more than 40 percent up from 2013Articles
In 2014, the number of asylum seekers in the European Union increased by more than 40 percent relative to 2013. In the Netherlands, nearly 22 thousand people submitted requests for asylum, more than twice as many as in 2013.
Population growth in 2014 nearly 73 thousand: more immigrants and more babiesArticles
The population growth rate in the Netherlands has risen again in 2014. The population grew by nearly 73 thousand last year. Immigration increased further to a record high of 181 thousand. Emigration remained more or less stable. The number of live births increased for the first time in half a decade.
More people came from abroad to live in the Netherlands in the first of this year than in the same period last year. Over 76 thousand immigrants arrived in the Netherlands, 8.6 thousand more than in 2013.
Largest number of asylum seekers since first half of 2001Articles
The number of asylum requests has grown dramatically in recent months. In the first six months of 2014, twice as many asylum seekers came to the Netherlands as in the same period last year. In fact, it is the highest number since the first half of 2001.
Residential construction; stock, changes and progress, region, 1988 - 2011Figures
Number of accommodations, dwelling stock, newly built houses and other changes, by region (province, COROP area and municipality)
Regular residence permits; citizenship 2005-2011Figures
Regular residence permits; temporary and permanent permits citizenship
Residence permits asylum; citizenship 2001-2011Figures
Residence permits asylum; temporary and permanent permits By citizenship
Refugees in the Netherlands: an update of data on the labor market and benefit position of refugees in 2011 (Dutch only)Figures
Custom-made tables with information on the labor market and benefit position of refugees in the Netherlands in 2011. Commissioned by: Vluchtelingenwerk Nederland.
Fewer asylum seekers in 2011Articles
Last year, 11.6 thousand people submitted requests for asylum in the Netherlands, 13 percent fewer than in 2010.