Spain has lost over 12,000 nationals while welcoming almost 150,000 foreigners this year’s first quarter

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Article written by Alberto Lejarraga, Https, Www.Theolivepress.Es Spain-News Author Albertotheolivepress-Es, via on 23 May 2023

The number of Spanish nationals has decreased by 12,614 during this year’s first quarter, according to the Spanish National Statistics Institute (INE).
These figures contrast with the number of foreigners now living in Spain, which increased by 149,530 between January 1 and April 1.
The three main groups of immigrants arriving in Spain in the 2023 first quarter are Colombian (44,300), Moroccan (23,200) and Venezuelan (21,500).
Followed by 8,400 Moroccan and 7,700 Romanian nationals who also departed Spain looking for professional growth.
Overall, a population increase was experienced in 15 of the 17 autonomous communities of Spain during the first quarter.

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