Immigration to Romania
Romania, though not a popular destination for immigrants, has recently experienced a growing wave of immigration, mostly from Moldova, Turkey and China, but also from Africa, the Middle East, and the former Soviet Union. In 2005, there were 133,000 immigrants living in Romania, of which 13,000 were refugees. Over half of the country's foreign-born residents originate from Moldova. Immigration is expected to increase in the future, as large numbers of Romanian workers leave the country and are being replaced by foreigners.
According to DIICOT, Romania has evolved from a country of transit for illegal migrants to a country of destination. Within the European Union, the country has the second highest rate of immigration from non-EU countries, just behind Slovenia.
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