317 people were forcibly returned by police in November

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317 people were transported from Norway in November. This is 112 fewer than in November last year.

27 of them have been refused asylum, and 23 of them have been returned to a safe third country. The rest were expelled from Norway.

About one-third of those returned by the Police Immigration Unit have been subjected to a criminal sanction.

A total of 3845 people without legal residence in Norway have been transported during the first eleven months of the year. This is a decrease of 19 per cent from last year. The countries that are most frequently exported to are Sweden, Poland and Ukraine.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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