Asylum Trends 2014

‚ÄčAsylum Trends September 2014: In September 2014 number of asylum seekers rose sharply due to strong growth Syrians

In September 2911 the IND received first asylum applications, 34% more than in August (2174). This sharp increase is almost entirely attributable to Syria (1658) and stateless (534) asylum seekers. These are mostly stateless Palestinians from Syria. The Syrian stateless asylum seekers formed in September over 75% of the total number of applications first. Compared to a year ago, the total number of first filings nearly doubled (1,498 in September 2013 to 2,911 in September.).

Asylum Trends August 2014: Number of first asylum applications in August 2014 twice as high as a year ago

In August, both the number of first asylum applications, as well as the number of continuation applications also increased compared to July. Still the Syrian asylum seekers constitute more than half of the first asylum applications. At the subsequent request is a clear increase in applications from Iraqis perceptible. The number of first asylum applications has been done in the first eight months of 2014, work has already surpassed the total number of first asylum applications in 2013.

Asylum Trends July 2014: Over 70% more first-time asylum applications in July 2014 than a year ago

The number of first asylum applications in June 2014 was higher than the number of first asylum applications decreased in June 2014 to June 2013. Compared to the previous month (May 2014). The most common groups in the first asylum applications were in June 2014 Syria, Eritrea and stateless persons. At the second and subsequent asylum applications were this Iraq and Afghanistan.

Asylum Trends June 2014: The number of first asylum applications in June 2014 was higher than in June 2013

The number of first asylum applications in June 2014 was higher than the number of first asylum applications decreased in June 2014 to June 2013. Compared to the previous month (May 2014). The most common groups in the first asylum applications were in June 2014 Syria, Eritrea and stateless persons. At the second and subsequent asylum applications were this Iraq and Afghanistan.

Asylum Trends May 2014: The number of first asylum applications rose sharply in May 2014

The number of first asylum applications rose sharply in May 2014 compared to April 2014 and May 2013. In May 2014, the most common groups in the first asylum applications Eritrea, Syria and stateless persons. The most common nationalities at second and subsequent asylum applications were in May 2014 Afghanistan and Iraq.

Asylum Trends April 2014: The number of first asylum applications rose sharply in April 2014

The number of first asylum applications rose sharply in April 2014 compared to March 2014 and April 2013. This increase can be attributed to an unexpected explosive increase in the number of Eritrean asylum seekers. In April 2014, the most common nationalities in the first asylum applications Eritrea, Syria and stateless persons. The most common nationalities in the second and subsequent asylum applications were in April 2014 Iraq and Afghanistan.

Asylum Trends March 2014: The number of first asylum applications compared to last year is still high

The number of first asylum applications compared to last year is still high. The most common nationalities in the first asylum applications were in March 2014 Syria, Somalia and Eritrea. The most common nationalities in the second and subsequent asylum applications were Afghanistan and Iraq.

Asylum Trends February 2014: The number of registered first asylum applications fell in February 2014

The number of registered first asylum applications has decreased in February 2014 compared to January 2014. Compared to February 2013 the number of however high. In February 2014, the most common nationalities in the recorded first asylum applications Syria, Somalia and Eritrea. The most common nationalities in the scheduled second and subsequent asylum applications were Iraq and Afghanistan (in February 2014).

Asylum Trends January 2014: The first number of registered asylum applications rose in January 2014

The number of registered first asylum applications increased in January 2014 compared to December 2013. In January 2014, the most common nationalities in the recorded first asylum applications Syria, Eritrea and Somalia. The number of registered second and subsequent asylum applications decreased in January 2014 compared to December 2013. The most common nationalities at the registered successive asylum applications were in January 2014 in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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