Immigration: more French than Portuguese

For the first time since the 1960s, there are fewer Portuguese than French people arriving in Luxembourg.

According to Delano,

“Around 3,900 French, compared to 2,400 Portuguese nationals came to live in Luxembourg in 2017, said foreign affairs minister Jean Asselborn and minister for integration Corinne Cahen at a press conference on Tuesday 16 January.

The Portuguese represent the biggest minority at 96,800, followed by the French (44,300), Italians (21,300), Belgians (20,000) and Germans (13,100).”

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