Nearly 3,000 people were expelled from Norway last year

UDI ImmigrationUDI in Oslo. Photo: Gorm Kallestad / NTB scanpix

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Last year, almost 3,000 people were expelled from Norway. 207 of them had Romanian citizenship.

Shows an overview of the Directorate of Immigration.

502 persons were expelled for being convicted, 1,721 were expelled for violation of the Immigration Act, while 703 were expelled under the EEA regulations.

In total, 207 people with citizenship from Romania were expelled, 179 from Poland, 164 from Ukraine, 157 from China, 147 from Lithuania and 133 from Albania.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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