Data Sheds Light on Immigration

New data published by the Department for Work and Pensions has provided a clearer outlook of net migration to the UK, after revealing that roughly four thousand National Insurance numbers are handed to migrants from Eastern Europe each week.

In addition to revealing the number of National Insurance numbers handed to European Migrants each week, the data has also revealed that over the last twelve years, 2.3 million migrants from former communist countries have moved to the UK.

According to the figures, last year saw the highest number of migrants come to the UK since 2008.

A breakdown of the figures has suggested that one million migrants from Poland have settled in North London, Edinburgh or Birmingham; whilst many Romanians and Bulgarians have moved to the Welsh borders.

The figures have also suggested that many migrants from the Czech Republic and Lithuania reside within Manchester and East Anglia respectively.

Whilst the latest figures have provided a clearer outlook of net migration to the UK, for those who are facing immigration, asylum and visa issues, such as problems with family visas or business visas, our immigration solicitors in London can assist.

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