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Table 1 Immigration trends 2015–2016 in Italy (Regional level)

From: The issue of immigrants in Italy: a rational model of immigration management by Italian municipalities

Region Year Immigrants hosted in SPRAR facilities Arrivalsa Expulsionsb
Lombardia 2015 13,894 19,999 8588
  2016 23,163 23,587 14,318
Lazio 2015 12,670 11,077 9390
  2016 14,780 13,063 10,953
Veneto 2015 8242 13,538 6397
  2016 13,630 15,966 10,578
Piemonte 2015 7941 11,692 4324
  2016 14,069 13,789 7661
Campania 2015 8129 12,154 4463
  2016 14,501 14,333 7961
Sicilia 2015 7905 13,077 5620
  2016 13,634 15,422 9693
Toscana 2015 7203 10,307 4003
  2016 12,444 12,156 6915
Emilia-Romagna 2015 6528 10,615 3126
  2016 12,880 12,519 6167
Puglia 2015 6424 11,384 4394
  2016 11,788 13,426 8062
Calabria 2015 4068 6154 2347
  2016 7182 7257 4143
Liguria 2015 3659 4000 1758
  2016 5658 4717 2718
Sardegna 2015 3247 4308 1696
  2016 5470 5080 2857
Friuli-Venezia Giulia 2015 2730 4923 1928
  2016 5003 5806 3533
Marche 2015 2907 5231 2913
  2016 4533 6169 4543
Abruzzo 2015 2064 2769 898
  2016 3714 3266 1616
Molise 2015 2020 3385 1602
  2016 3353 3992 2659
Umbria 2015 1828 3077 1327
  2016 3162 3629 2295
Basilicata 2015 1669 1385 521
  2016 2516 1633 786
Trentino-Alto Adige 2015 1413 1692 314
  2016 2789 1996 620
Valle d’Aosta 2015 209 3077 2429
  2016 304 3629 3534
Tot. 2015 104,750 153,842 66,972
  2016 174,573 181,436 111,613
  1. aThis category includes all immigrants who were relocated either to Centri di Prima Accoglienza or to SPRAR facilities
  2. bThis category includes all immigrants who failed to obtain the status of refugee and were subsequently expelled, either from Centri di Prima Accoglienza or from SPRAR facilities. Immigrants who successfully managed to relocate to another country are also included in this category
  3. Source: Italian Ministry of Interior, 2016