Statistics

Hungary

Author

Hungarian Helsinki Committee

 

Overview of statistical practice

Statistical information on asylum applicants and main countries of origin, as well as overall numbers and outcome of first instance decisions, is made available on a monthly basis by the Immigration and Asylum Office (IAO).1 The Hungarian Helsinki Committee (HHC) also publishes brief statistical overviews on a monthly basis.2

 

 

 

 

Applications and granting of protection status at first instance: 2016














 

Applicants in 2016

Pending applications in 2016

Refugee status

Subsidiary protection

Humanitarian protection

Rejection

Refugee rate

Subs. Prot. rate

Hum. Prot. rate

Rejection rate

Total

29,432

3,413

154

271

7

4,675

3.01%

5.30%

0.13%

91.54%

 

Breakdown by countries of origin of the total numbers

 

Afghanistan

11,052

1,392

28

69

2

1,484

1.76%

4.35%

0.12%

93.74%

Syria

4,821

864

8

84

1

908

0.79%

8.39%

0.09%

90.7%

Pakistan

3,819

191

5

5

0

535

0.91%

0.91%

0%

98.16%

Iraq

3,396

390

12

60

0

484

2.15%

10.79%

0%

87.05%

Iran

1,265

129

16

0

0

187

7.88%

0%

0%

92.11%

Morocco

1,023

43

0

0

0

219

0%

0%

0%

100%

Algeria

663

78

0

0

0

176

0%

0%

0%

100%

Turkey

423

10

0

0

0

27

0%

0%

0%

100%

Somalia

329

18

17

18

0

20

30.9%

32.72%

0%

36.36%

Bangladesh

277

16

0

1

0

91

0%

1.08%

0%

98.91%

Source: IAO


Gender/age breakdown of the total number of applicants: 2016







 

Number

Percentage

Total number of applicants

29,432

100%

Men

22,835

77.59%

Women

6,599

22.42%

Children

8,551

29.05%

Unaccompanied children

1,221

4.14%

Source: IAO

 

Comparison between first instance and appeal decision rates: 2016

Statistics for second instance decisions are not made available by the authorities.      

 

About AIDA

The Asylum Information Database (AIDA) is a database managed by the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE), containing information on asylum procedures, reception conditions, detention and content of international protection across 20 countries.