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This case is less apparent, however, in Ireland, where the number of new permits granted in 2003 should be limited. TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION: SOPEMI 2003 EDITION – ISBN 92-64-01944-8 – © OECD 2004 29 I. MAIN TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION In New Zealand, the number of permanent entries in the category “skilled workers and entrepreneurs” more than doubled between 2000 and 2002. Similarly, Switzerland had to increase the quota for skilled workers temporarily by nearly 30% in May 2001 to meet labour market requirements, even though it had remained unchanged for more than 10 years.

Students in full-time education aged between 18 and 25. 28 TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION: SOPEMI 2003 EDITION – ISBN 92-64-01944-8 – © OECD 2004 I. 1. ) Thousands 7. The data cover the fiscal year (October to September of the indicated year). A person is counted as many times as he/she enters the country over the course of the same year. The data may well therefore be over-estimated. 8. The figures include family members. Sources: Australia: Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (DIEA); Canada: Citizenship and Immigration Canada; France: Office des migrations internationales, Annuaire des migrations; Germany: Bundesanstalt für Arbeit; Italy: Ministry of Labour; Japan: Ministry of Justice; Korea: Ministry of Justice; New Zealand: Immigration Service; Sweden: Ministry of Labour; Switzerland: Office fédéral des étrangers; United Kingdom: Department of Employment; United States: US Department of Justice, Statistical Yearbooks of Immigration and Naturalization Service.

The increase in admissions of temporary workers in the service sector has also been noticeable in other OECD countries, particularly in household services and BTP. In some countries, a significant number are working illegally. C below). Similarly, in Spain, more than 30% of the 350 000 regularisation requests made in 2001 as part of the “settlement” (Araigo) procedure represented domestic workers (compared to 20% in construction and 13% in agriculture). Given ageing populations, foreign workers are likely to play an increasing role in household services in numerous OECD countries in the future.

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