The composition of the Dutch population is slowly changing due to the influx of migrants and children. The General Statistics Office affirmed the annual report on the integration of 2018. Statistics The Netherlands publishes the last state of immigration, migration and integration every two years.
In this year's edition, Dutch Statistics Researchers have been deepening in the development of the Dutch population. There is no anticipation about the future because it is difficult. Birth waves or sudden growth in immigration are predicted. We have seen, above all, the last three years.
Between January 2015 and January 1, 2018, the number of inhabitants with less than $ 26,000 was delayed. There were 306,000 inhabitants in the background of migration. The biggest innovation team in the last years was Syrian people.
Almost a quarter (23%) of January 1, 2018, Dutch populations had a migration background. Three years earlier it is a percentage point. Not more than half of these people were born in the Netherlands. Migrant children born in the Netherlands are mostly Moroccans, South American, Antillians, or Turkmen. They are called second generation.
Dutch-born children In 2017, about 14% are a second-generation child. "The whole group of second-generation children (up to 50 years old) is still relatively small in the Netherlands," according to the Statistics Netherlands. "There are less than 50,000 less than 50,000 parents whose parents do not have a western background, that is, 1.9% of Dutch origin according to the same age group."
Immigration from other Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian and Eastern European countries has significantly increased since entering into the European Union in these countries. The new EU member states still come from the Netherlands, but it is not working, the rest of the family continues to grow.
The number of children under the age of twenty-five has decreased with western parts under 25 years in recent years. But as a second generation Polish broader, this group grows again in the future, according to the Statistics Netherlands.