International Migration Outlook 2015
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International Migration Outlook 2015

This publication analyses recent development in migration movements and policies in OECD countries and some non member countries as well as the evolution of recent labour market outcomes of immigrants in OECD countries. It includes a special chapter on : “Changing Patterns in the international migration of doctors and nurses to OECD countries”, as well as country notes and a statistical annex.

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For the first time since December 2009, a year-on-year increase in the stock of valid residence permits for non-EU citizens was reported in Greece: the stock reached 507 000 in December 2013, compared to 440 000 in December 2012. However, 450 000 valid permits were counted in June 2014. The largest groups in June 2014 were the nationals of Albania (300 000 persons), Ukraine (17 000), Georgia (16 000), Pakistan (15 000), the Russian Federation and India (about 12 000 each). According to labour force survey data for 2011, which also includes EU citizens, Albanians remain the largest group of foreigners in Greece, followed by citizens of Bulgaria and Romania. Around 15 000 citizens of the United Kingdom were recorded, and about as many from Poland.

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