Refugees from Angola

2,827 people from Angola have fled in 2016 and applied for asylum in other countries. This corresponds to approximately 0.010% of all residents. The most destination countries hereof have been Brazil, France and the United States. Overall, 85 percent of the asylum applications have been rejected. The most successful have been the refugees in the United States and in Canada.

Refugee countries by origin and destination


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Development of asylum applications from citizens from Angola 2000 to 2016

The top line represents the total number of asylum applications (first applications + reviews). Below there are the number of recognized refugees (green) and the rejected applications (red).





Asylum applications of refugees from Angola

The total number of initial and continuing applications refers to the year 2016. Please note that the number of decisions (acceptations or rejections) does not have to sum up with the number of applications, because there may still have been open cases from previous years. Also they dont have to be closed within the same calendar year. In addition, asylum procedures can also be closed, if the applicant disappeared or withdrew the application.

  

New Applications

 

Reviews

Destination appliedacceptedrejectedacceptance
rate
 appliedacceptedrejectedacceptance
rate
Brazil 1,353266229.5 % 000
France 6745335712.9 % 3354127313.1 %
United States 274100100.0 % 1700
Germany 1680410.0 % 000
Belgium 750310.0 % 430250.0 %
United Kingdom 560390.0 % 210130.0 %
Canada 5114960.9 % 000
Portugal 30050.0 % 000
Netherlands 17080.0 % 000
Spain 1600 000
Congo (Dem. Republic) 1300 000
Austria 1100 000
Ireland 11050.0 % 000
Sweden 1100 220150.0 %
Finland 1000 000
Argentina 8050.0 % 000
Gabon 700 000
Norway 700 000
Uruguay 700 000
Cuba 600 000
Indonesia 600 000
Kenya 600 000
Switzerland 500 000
Italy 500 000
Totals 2,82710356215.5 % 4384132611.2 %



National migrant stock from 1980 to 2015

In 2015 a total of 106,845 migrants lived in Angola. These are all residents who live permanently in the country but were born in another country. The amount includes granted refugees but no asylum seekers. The data are based on the results of censuses, as well as on estimates and projections of the United Nations Population Division.