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Immigration in Bulgaria

Bologna summer school 2012 country presentation
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Nadejda Krandeva

on 5 September 2012

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Antonia Marinova
Nadejda Krandeva
New Bulgarian University Bologna Summer School 2012

Immigration in Bulgaria population:
7 364570

WTO: 1996
Health reform: 1998

NATO: 2004
EU: 2007

Schengen: ??? immigration during the communism immigration in post-communist Bulgaria by ethnicity

bulgarians:
5 604 300

turkish:
585 024

roma:
320 761 name: Djavet Nuri
nationality: Afghan
communist idealist
2 years and 3 months in Busmanci Detention Center
still undocumented Thank you for your attention!
Grazie per l'attenzione!
i Gracias por la atención!
Благодарим за вниманието! Four types of protection
by the Bulgarian state: Russians
Armenians
Middle East
fraternity socialist countries
Developing countries=> academic reasons, preparing the world revolution!
Left-wing activist from Greece and Turkey
Vietnamese=> the only gastarbeither figure Immigration during the communist regime Population:
7 364 570

By ethnicity:
Bulgarians:
5 604 300
Turkish: 585 024
Roma: 320 761

WTO: 1996
Health reform: 1998

NATO: 2004
EU:2007
Schengen:? Bologna Summer School 2012
Antonia Marinova
Nadejda Krandeva
New Bulgarian University Country presentation
Immigration in Bulgaria Name: Djavet Nuri

Nationality: Afghan

Communist idealist

Spent 2 years and 3 month in Busmanci Detention Center for undocumented immigrants in Sofia

Still undocumented! Meet Djavet Nuri About 1000 seekers per year

30% approved

In 2011 – 850 applicants; 6 received, 319 denied, 166 humanitarian status; 204 cancelled Source: The State agency for refugees with the Council Of Ministers Top 10 refugees countries by origin during the period 1993- 2011 Statistics Top 10 population of foreign citizenship by country Source: Population census 2011 Vietnamese
Dutch
Belgiums
Americans
Quantities lacks, qualitative discrepancies (2006, Krasteva A.)
Bulgaria remains a transit country! Immigration after 1989 Thank you for your attention!
Grazie per l'attenzione!
i Gracias por la atención!
Благодарим за вниманието! Four types of protection
by the Bulgarian state: Russians
Armenians
Middle East
fraternity socialist countries
Developing countries=> academic reasons, preparing the world revolution!
Left-wing activist from Greece and Turkey
Vietnamese=> the only gastarbeither figure Immigration during the communist regime Population:
7 364 570

By ethnicity:
Bulgarians:
5 604 300
Turkish: 585 024
Roma: 320 761

WTO: 1996
Health reform: 1998

NATO: 2004
EU:2007
Schengen:? Bologna Summer School 2012
Antonia Marinova
Nadejda Krandeva
New Bulgarian University Country presentation
Immigration in Bulgaria Name: Djavet Nuri

Nationality: Afghan

Communist idealist

Spent 2 years and 3 month in Busmanci Detention Center for undocumented immigrants in Sofia

Still undocumented! Meet Djavet Nuri About 1000 seekers per year

30% approved

In 2011 – 850 applicants; 6 received, 319 denied, 166 humanitarian status; 204 cancelled Source: The State agency for refugees with the Council Of Ministers Top 10 refugees countries by origin during the period 1993- 2011 Statistics Top 10 population of foreign citizenship by country Source: Population census 2011 Vietnamese
Dutch
Belgiums
Americans
Quantities lacks, qualitative discrepancies (2006, Krasteva A.)
Bulgaria remains a transit country! Immigration after 1989
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