Poland

Date of entry into the EU 1 May 2004
Number of asylum applications per year 2007: 10,047
2006: 4,330
2005: 6,860
2004: 8,079
Main country of origin 2005: Russian Federation 89.6 %
2004: Russian Federation 88.9 %
Asylum recognition rates Refugee Status
2007: 3 %
2006: 12.2 %
2005: 7 %
2004: 10 %Total
2007: 62.2 %
2006: 67 %
2005: 48 %
2004: 36 %
Resettlement Not participating
Refugee camps Total: 35Location:
1)     Okecie Airport
2)     Biala Podlaska
3)     Bielsko – Biala
4)     Chelm
5)     Elblag
6)     Gdansk
7)     Gdynia
8)     Jelenia Gora
9)     Katowice
10)   Jaworzn
11)   Tychy
12)   Ketrzyn
13)   Konin
14)   Lublin
15)   Lesznowola
16)   Limanowa
17)   Opole
18)   Krosno Odrzanskie
19)   Kuznica Bialostocka
20)   Ostroleka
21)   Pila
22)   Piotrkow Trybunalski
23)   Podlaski
24)   Przemysl
25)   Suwalki
26)   Szczecin
27)   Torun
28)   Walbrzych
29)   Wroclaw
30)   Varsovie (Chodecka-Str., Warszawa Raginis-Str., Lesznowola)
31)   (Burakowska, Dabek, Smosweso)
32)   Linin
33)   (Bialystok, Czerwony Bor, Lomza, Suprasi)
34)   Lublin
35)   Lukow
Human rights violations
2004-2008: no annotations have been made
ECRE member agencies Not participating
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