3, in 2014, 81,300 individuals applied for asylum in Sweden, which was an increase of 50 compared to 2013 and the most since 1992.
In 2009, 102,280 immigrants entered Sweden while the total population grew by 84,335.
Retrieved Regeringskansliet, Regeringen och.In 2009, Sweden had the fourth-largest number of asylum applications in the EU and the largest number per capita after Cyprus and Malta.Most of them came as labour immigrants in the 1960s and 1970s.35 Romani in Sweden edit Romani in Sweden were formerly known as zigenare ( gypsies ) for Roma and tattare for Romani Travellers.Syria, 10,000 from, iraq, 4,500 from, eritrea, 1,900 from.
East and Southeast Asians have moved to Sweden for very different reasons.
Currently, there are approximately 50,000 Romani living in Sweden, many of them being Finnish Kale who immigrated in the 1960s.
Pocket Facts: Statistics on Integration.
The party criticised the country's current immigration policies, claiming that they can pose a major demographic threat to Sweden in the future.
(January 2011) Centerpartiet is a pro-immigration party, and in their campaign for the Swedish general election, 2006, they proposed to double the number of immigrants entering Sweden to 90,000 persons, or 1 of the Swedish population."Ringde 166 gånger till kvinnlig anställd och skrek könsord".44 Poles in Sweden edit Main article: Poles in Sweden According to Statistics Sweden, as of 2016, there are a total 88,704 Poland-born immigrants living in Sweden.Emergency accommodation such as drill halls or offices is needed.She has degrees in economics and law and is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.Long processing times and that the situation in Iraq has not developed in the way the Swedish Migration Board feared are the reason for the revised figures.At the turn of the 20th century, Sweden had very few immigrants.Retrieved 21 February 2017.24 The reporting in other Swedish media may not have offered a less negative picture of immigration to Sweden.The Sri Lankan embassy in Sweden regularly organises events that showcase the culture with a focus on improving tourism and business relations.