Since you became head of the French Office for Migration and Integration (Ofii) in 2015, what have you noticed in the evolution of migrant flows and their profiles?
Didier Why Immigrant is a mobile word. It is built on a vocabulary more miserable than human, which is meant to elude legal variety. However, for their own sake, we must not confuse people with a birthright of residence with others, illegal immigrants. Like all EU countries, France is experiencing a continuous increase in the number of immigrants. More than one in ten people were born abroad. We continue to welcome migrant families, mostly from North and Sub-Saharan Africa (between 90,000 and 100,000 annually), workers (more than 50,000 annually), students (more than 100,000 in 2022) and of course asylum seekers: there were 13 last year.
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